Using GPS technology to collect field data is becoming almost standard practice nowadays. Using GPS laser offsets for mapping is typically only thought of when you need to collect data in hard to reach or inaccessible areas. Imagine how much easier all your fieldwork could be if you didn’t have to occupy any location you needed to map GIS data.
You can realize such freedom by combining your GPS with the powerful TruPulse® 360 laser rangefinder and use the built-in compass for all your remote GPS positioning.
You can measure the slope distance, inclination and azimuth to anything and position any remote feature with just one shot. Easily add height or elevation data as an attribute and start collecting so much more field data in a lot less time. This is why our other motto is, "Map More. Move Less."
(Azimuth + Distance) + (GPS + GIS) = The Future of Positioning Technology.
Our groundbreaking technology lets you capture accurate compass data without inclination limitations. This unique laser can be pitched or rolled in any direction, and it will still measure the correct azimuth within one degree. No other all-in-one compass/laser can do this! Also, with its 7-power magnification and long-range capabilities, there is no target out of reach.
Because the size of our laser and its low price point, GPS laser offsets are not just for hard-to-reach locations, it's for mapping everything! Just considering the time savings alone, our reflectorless technology will pay for itself within your first GIS project.
All LTI laser rangefinders are compatible with ERSI's ArcPad®, Trimble's TerraSync and other popular GPS handhelds and data collection software. Instantly download all your field data using the standard RS232 serial port or optional Bluetooth®.