"If you have a fellow surveyor with a copy of the Ashtekc/Magellan post processing software it is a simple process.
I use Carlson GNSS Survey and it claims to handle the RAW Ashtec formats...send the data ([email protected]) and I will see if I…"
"The Carlson program you refer to, is it Carlson SurvCE?
If so, set one receiver to collect static data internally to a memory card as a Static Base. Set the Rover as for RTK but don't connect to the base with UHF..fudge the RTK connection....As…"
"...a passing point, if you are using VRS, check the distance to the virtual reference point each time you make these checks...if there is a variable here you cannot expect consistency...as has been said in other replies the length of the vectors…"
For a quick link to the specs take a look on our website... http://carlson.smiley.ph.
We sell them here in the Philippines and the great part is they don't break, they have a 2 year warranty, "if you don't break it…"
Might be worth taking a look at the Altus Positioning Systems APS3G receiver from Septentrio. I am not sure where your closest dealer would be but this receiver has the latest GNSS board technology and excellent Firmware providing excellent…"
"I don't think you are looking very hard...ground penetrating radar was used on a 150 year old "major intersection" in Adelaide, South Australia afew years. They produced a centimeter accuracy map of everything between 150mm and 6m…"
I am just back from a gold mine site in the Philippines where my role was to set up a localisation for them to utilise their local grid.
There was a known GPS coordinate on site. I utilised this point as my stating point (I also did a…"
"Contact your dealer.
It is quite evident you have some bad data in your file, I would start a new job, input your local grid coordinates, then perform the Localisation again in the field....I find when you try to patch up an existing problem you…"
"Like all professions there are people who execute their with pride and humility, the most important question and most forget to ask their client:" Have we met your expectations and satisfied your need?" If we ask this question of all our…"
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