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Software features new functionality for geospatial data and imagery.
Software package helps solve construction surveying problems.
One of the favorite tropes in thrillers and war movies is “The Display.” Political leaders, nuclear power plant operators, spies or law enforcement personnel gather around a screen, tabletop display or hologram, and all the information they could possibly desire—troop movements, rainfall patterns, power station locations, roadblocks—is perfectly displayed in a way that is immediately apprehensible by even the meanest intelligence.
Thanks to huge strides in GNSS-enabled equipment, jobsite efficiencies continue to soar on both the survey and construction fronts. But until recently, the flow of real-time information and job-critical data between the office and personnel in the field have simply not kept pace with those onsite advances. But companies such as Sisemore Weisz & Associates (SW&A), which recently marked the one-year anniversary employing Topcon’s MAGNET Enterprise suite, are changing that—in a big way.
Whether you’re creating traverse databases, processing point clouds or generating invoices, having good software can mean the difference between being mediocre or highly productive. Here’s a step-by-step plan for getting it right.
As imaging technology expands in the field, office software is evolving as well. Modern desktop software integrates traditional survey data with ground and aerial images to produce new flexibility and cost savings.
Trimble Business Center Software version 3.00 is designed to manage, analyze and process all field survey data including optical, GNSS and imaging data.