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Robotic Riverbed Survey Vessel Tracked with FOCUS 35 Total Station
December 05, 2016
Preston, Lancashire, UK (November 28, 2016). To increase interest and involvement of people in protecting and improving the Ribble River, the Ribble Rivers Trust recently commissioned a bathymetry survey of a notable section of the riverbed. A robotically controlled 1.2-meter twin-hull shallow draft vessel owered by a twin jet system was used to survey approximately a hectare of the river’s bed. Aboard the vessel was a depth recording sonar and a tracking prism that enabled a Spectra Precision FOCUS 35 total station to lock onto and robotically follow and record the location of the vessel.
interviews of Olivier Casabianca, Intergeo 2016
November 30, 2016
Sangal Gangal from GIS Cafe interviews Olivier Casabianca, General Manager Geospatial of Trimble at 2016 Intergeo Conference.
Slim and Rugged Handheld Device for GIS and Survey Data Collection
July 01, 2016
SAN DIEGO, Calif., June 28, 2016—Spectra Precision announced today its new MobileMapper 50 GNSS handheld device for simple GIS data collection or for use as a data controller for Spectra Precision SP60 and SP80 GNSS receivers.
MobileMapper 300 Now Driven by DigiTerra Explorer v7
April 19, 2016
The MobileMapper 300 smart antenna and DigiTerra Explorer v7, one of Europe’s leading GIS software solutions for mobile mapping, now interface seamlessly. This enables the DigiTerra Explorer to drive the MobileMapper 300 directly.
Spectra Precision Introduces FOCUS DL-15 Digital Level
March 10, 2015
Spectra Precision introduced today the Spectra Precision® FOCUS DL-15 Digital Level. The DL-15 electronic height measurement yields accuracy and range sufficient to accommodate a wide range of survey and construction tasks.
Spectra Precision: Helping make dreams come true…
December 18, 2014
During this past Intergeo 2014 in Berlin, we had the pleasure to have Lisa Makelberge selected as the winner of our Giveaway contest. Lisa won a Spectra Precision FOCUS 35 Robotic Total Station.
Saskatchewan Bridges in Better Shape with Aid of FOCUS 30 Robotic Total Stations
November 21, 2014
Saskatchewan, Canada, (November 21st, 2014) -- Across the vast remote prairies and boreal forests of Saskatchewan lie numerous bridges, large and small, traversing the drainage basins of this huge landlocked province. Building and repairing bridges is a continuing important task for Canada Bridge, a division of Minty’s Moving. In the often isolated regions that Scott Gullacher, engineer and project manager, works, the survey methods have until recently relied on rudimentary devices, including tape measure, string line, plumb bob, laser level and rod.
Saskatchewan Bridges in Better MobileMapper 120 and Locally Developed GIS Software Win Broad Market Approval in Turkey
November 21, 2014
Ankara, November 21st, 2014 -- The Geomatics Group, a leading Spectra Precision distributor and GIS software developer in Turkey, is achieving excellent success marketing the Spectra Precision MobileMapper 120 handheld GIS mapping device running Mobile GIS software developed by the Geomatics Group
Spectra Precision ProMark Helps Find Mines in Bosnia-Herzegovina
November 20, 2014
Bosnia and Herzegovina is burdened with one of the world’s most severe land mine problems as a result of the four years of hostilities from 1992 to 1995 that left an estimated two million unexploded landmines and munitions scattered in 28,699 locations throughout the country. In one district in the northeast of the country, Posavina Without Mines (PWM), a humanitarian, non-profit NGO, is under contract with the government of the District of Br?ko to warn residents of mined areas by permanently marking suspected contaminated areas, removing the lethal objects, and helping mine-affected victims
Introducing the new FOCUS 35 Robotic Total Station
November 13, 2014
The Spectra Precision FOCUS 35 is a new range of motorized total stations providing high speed, accuracy and precision in measurement. The FOCUS 35 robotic instrument moves the power of the observer from the instrument to the range pole, improving efficiency. The speed of observation and precise positioning of the FOCUS 35 Robotic Total Station is provided by patented StepDrive™ motion technology, which controls the horizontal and vertical motion of the motors, eliminating the need for traditional motion locks. The FOCUS 35 includes a tracking sensor that uses LockNGo™ FastTrack tracking technology, enabling the instrument to constantly lock onto the prism.

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