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Surveyors Online Toolbox will help you accomplish your online tasks with handy tools. In this group for conversion tools, sharing files and applications for the field.

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Tools, tips and tricks for accomplishing daily land surveyor's tasks using online web applications and dedicated tools to make your life easier. Share that awesome link that you just found for converting measurements, identifying trees or anything you think might be useful to other land surveyors on LSU's Surveyors Online Toolbox.

 


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15 Free Tools to Create Your Surveyor's Resume

Started by ⚡Survenator⌁ Jan 24. 0 Replies

If you are a surveyor who is actively seeking employment, having a concise and attractive resume is a…Read more →

Subject Tags: builders, surveyors, resumes, jobs

Listen to any Equipment Manual, document, PDF, webpage and convert into a MP3: NaturalReader

Started by ⚡Survenator⌁ Jan 18. 0 Replies

So you have an Equipment Manuals that you are trying to digest...try this new text to speech reader and…Read more →

Subject Tags: equipment, manuals, guides, listen, tool

eBook: Civil Engineering Formulas Pocket Guide

Started by ePalmetto. Last reply by Suzanne Weiss, PLS Jan 17. 3 Replies

Aside from the helpful tips shared on the Formulas that Work group forum, it is helpful to have a pocket guide handy…Read more →

Subject Tags: engineering, guide, manual, download, ebook

Convert Field Book Drawings to Digital Diagrams for Free

Started by ⚡Survenator⌁ Jul 20, 2017. 0 Replies

Land Surveyors accumulate thousands of hand drawn diagrams over their career.  Have you ever wondered if there was an easy way to convert all of your drawings from surveying fieldbooks into digital…Read more →

Subject Tags: free, software, fieldbook, drawings

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Reply by ePalmetto on January 17, 2013 at 2:28am

LAT. LONG. FINDER....pretty Cool Tool

http://www.latlong.net/

Reply by Montano on April 29, 2012 at 9:02am

Anyone familiar with TDS Survey Pro, TDS Foresight DXM, and Nikon NPR 300 series Total Station?

Please email me at this website or [email protected]

Reply by Paul Quagge on April 28, 2012 at 7:10pm

Hello, I am working on a 4.25 mile road project. We are running levels through our control. Does anyone have an excel program for differential leveling? I've been dubbing around trying to create a program but its not going as good as it could.Your help would be appreciated,
Thanks, Paul Quagge

Reply by Gary Breisch on February 24, 2011 at 12:10am
CORPSCON - yes - used it.  
Reply by Ty Olinghouse on February 23, 2011 at 7:13pm

Gary,

 

Have you tried CORPSCON? I have used it for years to do just that, you can convert a single point or multiple points either direction. I added a link to the tool box

 

hope all is well my friend

 

Ty Olinghouse

Reply by Gary Breisch on October 27, 2010 at 3:40pm
You got batteries? I did and very happy to have some 3960mA 3.7V battery units that fit right into my PM3 for about half the cost of what others have quoted me. I worked hard to find a good deal and I took the risk and ordered two for about the cost of one from my regular supplier. Send me a buck and I will tell you my secret. PayPal me at [email protected] - well worth it. Also I got a 3200mA battery to replace the whimpy 1300mA that came with a new cell phone. My cost was at least half of what I would pay at WalMart, LOL for anything close to as good. Now if I could at least find that touch screen part.
Reply by Gary Breisch on October 13, 2010 at 3:39pm
FANTASTIC!!! Thanks Phil - I found it on the PM3 and tried it. Works great. Now if I can find a spreadsheet to add to my collection to do the calculations for me, LOL.
Reply by Phil Stevenson on October 13, 2010 at 2:56pm
The calculator that works in FAST Survey on the ProMark3 is described on page 62 of the ProMark3 RTK Reference Manual. It is on the COGO tab of the FAST Survey menu.
Reply by Phil Stevenson on October 13, 2010 at 12:51pm
Here are some on line tools that may be useful:

The Geodetic Toolkit
http://www.ngs.noaa.gov/TOOLS/

Mission planning
http://asp.ashtech.com/wmp/

GPS antenna calibration data
http://www.ngs.noaa.gov/ANTCAL/
Reply by Gary Breisch on October 13, 2010 at 1:37am
I know I have Carlson on my Promark3RTK but I do not recall a calculator. I will look for it. I got the Total Station package loaded on it but doubt it would be in that module. I have a friend with the Carlson Collector - I will plan to ask him. The spreadsheet still sounds best if I could find one that I could enter either conversions. Let me know please if you find one. No urgent needs. I might be able to somehow do it in my GNSS software that comes with the ProMark. I know it gives me both when I process actual logged points. I bet my friend Phil Stevenson could tell me if the GNSS will do it.
 
 
 

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