Laser Technology’s GIS-focused Webcast Explains the Real Value in Laser Rangefinders for Mapping

by padkins 9. July 2014 09:03

Laser offset mapping and laser field data collection has been a fast growing trend ever since Laser Technology, Inc. (LTI) released the very first and still the only 3-axis, fully integrated compass laser rangefinder in the world, the TruPulse 360. The use of lasers have become so popular in the GIS arena because it's easy to use, saves time in the field and is compatible with all of the most popular field data collection software in the marketplace. Anyone currently using Esri's ArcPad® and ArcGIS® for Windows® Mobile, Trimble's TerraSync or Topcon's MAGNET Field can unleash the laser offset capability already available within the software.

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LTI will be hosting a comprehensive webcast detailing how the laser works and what it measures, how it integrates with field data collection software and what you need to consider when comparing the TruPulse laser to other measurement tools. All attendees will have a chance to win one of three TruPulse 360R compass laser rangefinders.

Awaken Your Inner GIS Solution with LTI Lasers Webinar
Recorded July 30, 2014 at 10 AM (MST)
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All visitors who get their badge scanned at LTI's Esri UC booth #2417, who take the online poll or who attendee this upcoming webinar will be entered to win one of three TruPulse 360 laser rangefinders for each activity.

Read more information on LTI products use in GIS / GPS Mapping and GPS Laser Offsets or call 1-877-696-2584 to set up an onsite demonstration today.

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