Laser Technology Hosts Contests and Sessions at Esri UC, 2015

by KHarrold 17. June 2015 07:16

The most exciting thing about integrating TruPulse laser offsets into your routine is that in most cases, you will not have to replace your current GPS/GNSS data collector or GIS field and office software. TruPulse lasers can integrate with almost any professional-grade GIS data collection software available, from companies like Esri, Trimble, Topcon and Leica. A complete list of all known compatible software that interfaces with the TruPulse laser along with several tech docs on how to make it all work can be found on LTI's GIS mapping applications page.


Stop by LTI's booth #2617
at the Esri Users Conference

LTI will be at the 2015 Esri User Conference in booth #2617 to help attendees discover if they are laser-ready; meaning they will verify if the hardware and software you are currently using has a laser offset function. LTI will show you how easy it is to streamline your workflow with an LTI TruPulse laser rangefinder. Attendees can also stop by LTI's booth to guess a distance, shoot a TruPulse laser to verify the actual measurement, and win an "Awaken Your Inner GIS" themed t-shirt.

To get a more in-depth idea of how this solution can work for you, attend the LTI hosted lunch and learn during Esri UC titled, "Awaken You Inner GIS Solution with Laser Offsets," in SDCC room 23 B. The session is on Wednesday, July 22, from 12:00 - 1:00 PM and lunch is provided to the first 50 attendees. During the session, all attendees will be entered to win a TruPulse 360R and a copy of LTI's LaserGIS for ArcPad.


Enter to Win an
"Awaken Your Inner GIS"
themed t-shirt

Sr. Professional Measurement Product Manager Derrick Reish will cover laser rangefinder sensor technology and best measurement practices for GIS data collection, GPS/GNSS handhelds and compatible, laser-ready GIS software solutions. He will explain laser offset measurement data collection workflows with the top GIS software solutions including considerations, benefits and applications for laser offset mapping with your GPS/GNSS device. Attendees will also have the opportunity to ask questions during a group question and answer session or during a meet and greet with the host. We look forward to seeing you at Esri to awaken your inner GIS.

The TruPulse syncs with your handheld's Bluetooth® or can be connected through the serial port to automatically import slope distance, inclination and azimuth values into your software's appropriate field, and then calculates a remote latitude and longitude coordinate of anything shot with the laser. It is that simple. The new workflow can be learned quickly and will save you countless hours of occupying ever feature you need to map.

Since the introduction of the first handheld, reflectorless total station, Laser Technology, Inc., (LTI) has continuously provided solutions that simplify fieldwork routines for professionals. With the addition of laser offsets to GIS data collection, users can collect multiple features without occupying inconvenient locations. You can integrate with a GPS device or map surrounding features from a known location. Using a TruPulse 360 compass laser expedites the field data collection process with remote GPS offset positioning and the ability to measure additional attribute data such as heights, spans and elevations.

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