"I have a base station and rover both R8 Model 1's. I have a TSC2 Data Collector. The following is the issue I am having.
I am having this same problem though it is very intermittent. Some days it will connect with no…"
"Yeah, I agree. If we stopped fixing all of their mistakes in the field and just staked it "as planned" they might change their minds. We are expected to catch and fix all of the mistakes but if we don't it is on us..."
"It is because of the ease of use of survey equipment now. When I started it would take at least a year of training to get someone to be a decent Instrument Operator. It would take 4-5 years for anyone to get enough experience under their…"
"I am not sure if you have access to OPUS Projects, but if you do this will probably give you the best results. I would definitely go with Post Processing through OPUS Projects. You can wind up setting some other good control in the area as well as…"
"Use one control point as a vertical BM. Then go and shoot each of the others and compare to existing control. See if you have a tilt or not. Then adjust from there. If some are high and some are low and they do not form a plane then you will have to…"
"My advice would be to get a really well written resume completed. Then start checking sites like KBR, Turner Industries Group, Cajun Constructors, Jacob's, CB&I etc etc. Once you get your foot in the door at one of these places a lot of…"
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