Laser Technology, Inc. to Unveil New Laser Rangefinders and Mobile Mapping Solutions at the 2013 Esri User Conference

by Admin 18. June 2013 13:37

Laser Technology, Inc. (LTI) a leading designer and manufacturer of the most popular line of professional measurement and mapping laser rangefinders will be unveiling two new TruPulse® models July 9, 2013, at the Esri User Conference in San Diego, CA.

Currently in pre-production, the new lasers will expand LTI's TruPulse laser series that are already being used by tens of thousands of professionals worldwide. Listening to key market feedback, LTI has responded by addressing the need for both a lower cost professional measurement laser rangefinder and one that produces a higher level of accuracy.

Be among the first to see the newest additions to the TruPulse laser rangefinder family by visiting LTI's Esri UC booth number 2517. Another new product to be showcased will be an LTI exclusive FotoMapr L100 GPS unit that integrates with the TruPulse and stores remote offset data. This is low-cost alternative to other GPS handheld devices.

LTI will also be demonstrating other mobile mapping solutions that delivers efficiency to field work, such as LaserGIS® for ArcPad®, ArcGIS® for Mobile, a new LaserSoft™ Measure app for the iPhone® and MapSmart® that is packages with a new lower-cost BAP data collector. .

Esri UC attendees can learn how to map with smartphones, tablets and lasers by attending a lunch and learn session Wednesday, July 10 from 12:00– 1:00 p.m., in Room 28C. LTI will be co-hosting the session with GeoSpatial Experts, the leader in photo mapping software.

The presentation will walk through the entire process of capturing geo-tagged photos, remotely positioning your target and measuring additional height data using GeoJot+ and a TruPulse laser.

The field data can then be synced to the cloud and GeoJot+ Core can process everything in the office to create ArcGIS® and Google Earth compatible files.

Professionals in forestry, natural resource management, public works, utilities, mining, telecommunication or any other discipline that collects and reports GIS data, will walk away from the Esri UC with knowledge about the most advanced laser measurement and mapping tools available.

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