I know Auto Cad.I can do all the drawings in cad.using gps to cadastral surveing, and boundary surveing ,using personal navigator to land sueveing. and making land concerned drawing using gps an gnss.cad
Hello, thank you for the message. You are always welcome to send technical support questions to my email at work. firstname.lastname@example.org But I do have some ideas for you. I think the best way to use MobileMapper Field software is to create shape files. I typically create 3D shape files for my own projects. It is important to remember that the Ashtech software is not mapping software. The destination software for the data should be some kind of mapping software. There are many products that will import shape files and let you create maps from your field data. Of course that includes ESRI software but it also includes many CAD products. The Carlson Survey software that I use has a tool for importing shape files. It is not my intention to push you toward any particular mapping software product. I hope you will get some additional information by asking other people what they use. Ask your CAD and COGO software dealer what they have to help you make maps from shape files. Several people who talk with me have suggested a product called Global Mapper as a way to manage a variety of data. Explore your options and choose the right tool for you.
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