"Make your own network. Buy a two unit set that can have internal modems. Perform a static survey on a point in the area you're working and just setup a base on it. Broadcast via internet connection and viola."
"Leica Cyclone is what we use for scanning, but eventually it all leads to CAD at one point because almost every client in the United States requires AutoCAD or Microstation.
I'll be at the Hexagon Conference in 2018 if you'd like to share…"
"The static achieves basically an Opus solution on a single point. Static is more for making entire networks of control where you have 3 or more units occupying points.
RTK (which is what you're doing by using a base/rover) is just as accurate…"
"Ok. So to basically be on the same coordinate system as that peg, you'll need to do a single point transformation, or what most contractors would call a localization.
Basically, set your base up in the new point and just hit the…"
"Ask your dealer for help on this. Most of them can walk you through the corrections you're trying to do and they'll know if your license covers it. Typically, Leica will grey out options that you want to use or it will show you on license…"
"The answer to that varies based upon what you are trying to do. Is it supposed to tie into an existing control network or are you starting completely fresh?
If you are using an R8 and setting a fresh point, I'd collect a half a day of data or…"
"You can do this in the Leica software by modifying the reference and applying the rotation. The real question is if you paid that little extra to be able to do it with your license (as with all leica products). I'm not an expert, but I've…"
"Can you show us a snippet of the data? It's likely a binary file. Some files like this have allowed me to manually change the file extension and import it. I use Leica Geo Office and usually can import anything thrown at me."
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