Trimble announced the following new products and solutions this week at Intergeo 2013 in Essen, Germany.
Trimble V10 Imaging Rover: An integrated camera system that captures 360-degree digital panoramic images for visual documentation and measurement. The Trimble V10 Imaging Rover enables professionals in a broad range of industries—including survey, GIS, engineering and oil and gas—to quickly capture rich, complete data of their surrounding environment. In the office, users can take measurements and create comprehensive deliverables using Trimble Business Center office software.
Trimble R10 GNSS System Enhancements: Enhancements to the Trimble R10 include tilt-compensation technology, CenterPoint RTX correction service support and updated field and office software, the R10 platform demonstrates Trimble's commitment to driving improved surveying productivity.
Trimble TX8 3D Laser Scanner: A time-of-flight based scanner that measures at 1 million points per second. The Trimble TX8 utilizes Lightning technology that delivers uncompromising performance in terms of range, accuracy and speed of measurement.
Trimble AX60: A versatile airborne LIDAR system that can be operated at up to 15,500 feet above ground level (AGL), which meets the requirements for aerial survey projects such as wide area mapping, corridor mapping and remote sensing.
Trimble 4D Control version 5.2: The new version of the deformation monitoring software delivers enhanced communications with the Trimble NetR9 and new NetR9 Ti-M GNSS receiver, REF TEK seismic sensors and the Trimble S8 total station
Inpho version 5.6 processing software suite: Version 5.6 now includes the UASMaster module, which has been designed for the complete processing of data acquired by remote piloted aircraft systems (RPAS/UAS).
Trimble RTX Mobile App: The Trimble RTX app enables the Trimble CenterPoint RTX post-processing service and the RangePoint RTX service activation portal to go mobile. The Trimble RTX app also offers a series of satellite utilities including a skyplot, information regarding satellite status, and signal-to-noise ratio graphs.
Visit www.trimble.com/geospatial for more details.