See What Others Can’t with Laser Offset Mapping at Esri UC 2019

by TNyland 2. July 2019 10:50

The world’s GNSS mapping systems are entering a phase of transformation, indicting a massive paradigm shift within the GIS industry and how surveyors collect field data. Mapping professionals are the explorers, expanders, and connecters of the geospatial terrain; however, when equipped with hardware and software that doesn’t seamlessly work together, a simple task can take hours.

Measurement professionals shouldn’t have to have an extensive toolkit of software and hardware to collect high-accuracy measurements in places that aren’t easily accessible. Instead, measurement professionals deserve an all-in-one solution that limits barriers and allows the user to get the job done, safely.

With the help of intelligent high-tech solutions, we can do more in less time, we can be safer in our environment, and we can achieve better, more accurate results. By cultivating a collaborative environment, Eos®, Esri®, and LTI have developed a new solution that lets you see what others can’t in connectivity-impaired environments.

During this year’s Esri® UC Conference in San Diego, California, Laser Technology, Inc. (LTI) will be demonstrating how you can continue to collect and share high-accuracy measurements seamlessly in GNSS-impaired environments.

Stop by booth #2019 and let Laser Technology to discover the mapping possibilities. Whether it is a laser, mapping app, or GPS/GNSS devices, learn how you can integrate what you already own to maximize your productivity and generate immediate ROI.

The top manufacturers for GPS/GNSS devices include Lecia®, Trimble®, Eos® Positioning, Topcon®, and Juniper® Systems. Each of these devices integrates into LTI’s MapSmart laser mapping software, giving professionals the ability to obtain 1- to 2-centimeter position accuracy using a laser offset mapping technique with LTI’s professional-grade laser rangefinders.

Don’t miss out on discovering your endless high-accuracy mapping possibilities at this year’s Esri User Conference at booth #2019! It’s never too late to enhance your mapping solution to a complete, efficient, and safer routine!


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