Maximize Your Current GNSS Hand-held Device with Laser Offsets
Don’t Replace It, Enhance It!
Tuesday, May 13, 2014 2:00 PM – 2:40 PM EDT
Just the facts
Mobile mapping technology has come a long way. The use of laser rangefinders for field measurements and GPS offsets is increasing every day. Organizations seeking to capitalize on this growing trend must consider certain key factors when determining the best solution for laser-based field measurements and mapping, especially if the user wants to integrate with existing equipment and software. Experts from Laser Technology, Inc. (LTI) will offer guidance, weighing in on all the key factors when considering a laser offset solution. LTI developed the first hand-held reflectorless total station and has been successfully integrating tilt and compass sensors into lasers ever since. It’s all about 3-D measurement and offset mapping that are affordable and achievable with a high rate of consistency and repeatability.
In this webinar you will learn
- Accuracy tolerances with field measurement tools
- Total cost of ownership and training to enhance your mobile mapping system
- Current equipment and software compatibility
- Workflow efficiency, level of portability and overall user experience
For 28 years, LTI has been a pioneer in the laser measurement industry, from its 1986 entry into the industry with a laser used to measure in-flight distances between planes, to a laser NASA uses in space, to recreational rangefinders used by golfers and hunters around the world. LTI’s original hand-held reflectorless total station changed GIS mapping and its most recent pocket-sized laser with a 3-axis compass has improved field measurement gathering for professionals. LTI manufactures the TruPulse, by far the most popular hand-held laser rangefinder series used by tens of thousands of professionals all over the world.
Paul Adkins, Marketing Communications Manager, Laser Technology, Inc.
Derrick Reish, Sr. Professional Measurement Product Manager, Laser Technology, Inc.
Who should attend
GIS managers, specialists, field technicians and anyone who uses hand-held devices for field measurement