Latest Press Articles about Spectra Precision
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.
Introducing the new MobileMapper MM300
November 05, 2014
LAS VEGAS, Nov. 3, 2014—Spectra Precision introduced today a new high-accuracy solution for its Geographic Information System (GIS) portfolio—-the MobileMapper® 300. With the MobileMapper 300, precise GIS data collection is now possible on mobile devices running the customer’s choice of mapping applications.
Introducing New and Enhanced Optical Survey Solutions
October 10, 2014
Berlin, Oct. 7, 2014—Spectra Precision introduced today new and enhanced products to its Spectra Precision® FOCUS® line of optical survey solutions. With the new additions, survey and construction professionals have more positioning instrument choices to meet their job requirements.
Introducing Central Cloud Service, New Software Versions
October 10, 2014
Spectra Precision introduced a new cloud computing service for Spectra Precsion applications. The company also announced new road modules for version 5.5 of its Survey Pro software and for Spectra Precision Survey Office.
Introducing a Greek Cartographic Company - Combining GIS and GPS
August 01, 2011
TERRAIN is a very young and fresh cartographic and publishing company in Greece. Fotis Reppas, Chief Cartographer of TERRAIN, talks with editor Joc Triglav about company values, the technologies used in its daily work, its customer base, its products and the challenges that arise when mapping the coastline.
Depth of Cable Cover Gets New Look
July 18, 2011
Burying utility cables under the seabed in shallow water environments to ensure cable safety is accelerating because of green power generation initiatives and the relative ease of securing permits to lay cable in rivers or estuaries compared to onshore right-of-ways. In locations with shifting sands and bottom profiles, verification that the utility line remains covered is often required. A new remote sensing method has been developed to accomplish depth-of-cover utility surveys at greatly reduced cost.
GIS Café video during ESRI Intl. 2011 Conference
July 12, 2011
Geographical Information Systems and Location Based Services are strongly penetrating a wide range of applications and organizations. Ashtech® is leading the GNSS democratization to enable a wider access to professional mapping. Today with MobileMapper 10, Ashtech makes it possible to massively deploy a professional accurate GIS receiver to any field work force.
Mobile GIS Advances Public Health Analysis
April 01, 2011
GIS technology is offering important new help in public health data collection and analysis. And North Carolina is at the forefront of developing GIS in the service of public health.
Ashtech Company Profile
December 10, 2010
Ashtech invests heavily in the development of cutting edge technology to further strengthen its position as a leading designer and developer of precision positioning technology. These advances are apparent in the latest lines of professional products including the Ashtech GNSS boards, ProFlex™ sensor series, ProMark™ and MobileMapper® product ranges.