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The Trimble VRS Now service supplies fast, easy to use and accurate Global Navigation Satellite System (GNSS) correction data for a variety of applications including surveying, urban planning, construction, agriculture, asset management, transportation, environmental monitoring, resource and territory management, disaster prevention and relief, weather services and scientific research.
The Trimble VRS-iScope service provides subscribers real-time access to a rover receiver’s exact location anywhere in the network. Utilizing Google Maps, Trimble VRS-iScope simplifies project scheduling and asset management by giving a visual component to surveying, mapping, construction and agriculture projects. A session management tool allows network users to visually review their session trail on a map as well as manage their subscription usage. The secure sign-on provides project managers and their staff the ability to monitor assets and their network usage on demand, remotely and from any project site.
“Trimble VRS-iScope service is the latest value-added feature to complement our Trimble VRS Now correction data service in the U.S. Through online access to project data as well as a real-time visual feedback on rover locations, Trimble VRS Now is the only service of its kind to offer the highest quality VRS correction data and real-time tracking information on the market today,” said Pierre Desjardins, business manager for Trimble’s Infrastructure business area. “By enhancing our Trimble VRS Now service we are providing customers with additional management tools to increase asset and worker productivity while saving them money.”
Trimble VRS-iScope represents an advance in the VRS correction data service offerings. All that is needed is a subscription to Trimble VRS Now and VRS-iScope, a rover, and a mobile phone with access to the Internet to begin measuring or collecting data with Trimble-precision and to monitor rovers in the field. Monitoring rovers can result in significant time and cost savings by allowing organizations to know the locations of their crews. Now, managers can dispatch crews more effectively to help increase productivity and efficiency. It also offers ways to review past surveys and improve methodologies going forward.
Precision GNSS surveys and data collection projects can be up and running in minutes with Trimble VRS Now service. Without the need for a base station and associated hardware, the user’s GNSS receivers can now work independently as rovers-saving time and money. Surveyors and other users can switch on their receivers and real-time correction data will be available in seconds. In most cases, no further GNSS investment is necessary. Trimble VRS Now works with many GNSS survey instruments from a variety of manufacturers.
For more information visit: www.trimble.com/infrastructure/iscope.aspx
About Trimble's Engineering and Construction Business
Trimble, a world leader in GNSS, construction lasers, robotic total stations and machine control solutions, is creating a broad range of innovative solutions that change the way construction work is done. The Engineering and Construction business of Trimble is focusing on the development of technology and solutions in the core areas of surveying, construction and infrastructure. From concept to completion, Trimble's integrated systems streamline jobs and improve productivity.
Trimble applies technology to make field and mobile workers in businesses and government significantly more productive. Solutions are focused on applications requiring positioning or location, including surveying, construction, agriculture, fleet and asset management, public safety and mapping. In addition to utilizing positioning technologies such as GPS, lasers and optics, Trimble solutions may include software content specific to the needs of the user. Wireless technologies are utilized to deliver the solution to the user in the field and to ensure communication between the field and the office. Founded in 1978, Trimble is headquartered in Sunnyvale, Calif.
For more information, visit: www.trimble.com