Su Leone
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May 22
Su Leone replied to Mohammad Salem's discussion To fix deference among total station survey and 3D scan survey
"Yeah, I agree, marrying laser scanning with conventional equipment needs to be carefully planned, and common targets are a must. "
May 22
Su Leone replied to Mohammad Salem's discussion Taking points in the site area
"Jesaya and trout have given you good advice. For any open spaces, I think 1-2 m for the distance between ground shots would be adequate (since there will be so much data at each building corner as well.)"
May 21
Su Leone replied to Timothy Francisco's discussion About Nikon Total stations
"Well, I've used Nikons and they're nice. But Topcon actually invented the total station in 1971, and I feel they've done a good job keeping up with innovations in the technology. Admittedly I am biased because I am a surveying…"
Mar 19
Su Leone replied to Sarkiss Parvin's discussion How to protect the MT1000
"A shock absorbing ring for during travel would distribute the shock of impacting with the ground when dropped. I'm just not sure it would be perfect protection. Here is a listing for an adapter ring for those fancy robot prisms that have little…"
Feb 12
Su Leone replied to Robert Hain's discussion Schonstedt power switch
"I am sure that what matters is the size of the knob's shaft (or whatever the real word is), which is listed on each item's individual description page. For older GA models, other than…"
Feb 5

Welcome to the Surveying CommunityThis marks the beginning of a surveying legacy for our new Land Surveyors United member, Su Leone. Welcome Su Leone Your legacy in surveying will forever be remembered starting here. If it weren't for this member, we may have never known surveying culture in their corner of earth.

Feb 2

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I am here because I am a.
Surveyor Bio:
I teach in the Geomatics Technology and Civil Engineering Technology degree programs at Wake Tech Community College in Raleigh NC.
Wake Tech Community COllege
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Wake Tech
Licenses Certifications or Awards
I graduated from the Associate of Applied Science in Geomatics Technology degree program in 2015. I was the division's Student of Excellence for 2015.
I have experience with the following
GPS, topographic, boundary surveys, construction staking, topographic surveys, control network surveys, GIS, teaching, Survey Office, I Teach Surveying
How many years have you been surveying?
Most comfortable with the following types of instrumentation
Total Stations, GPS, Robotics, Automatic Levels, GNSS, compass

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