Airport BusinessAugust 2020

An Airport Takes Off

CES Group Engineers was hired by Charlotte Douglas International Airport to handle the surveying work on a $3.1 billion project to renovate the airport’s concourses and expand its roadways, curb front, airfield and terminal. CES used a host of Trimble products to accomplish this task including the Trimble SX10, TSC7 controlled, Trimble Access Field software, and TBC software.

Civil + Structural EngineerAugust 2020

Driving Efficient Data Capture -- Literally

Strabag AG mounted Trimble’s MX9 mobile mapping system on a van in Germany to collect centimeter-grade survey measurements at highway speeds without sacrificing data quality. (page 45)

GPS WorldAugust 2020

Smart Surveying in the Outback

RM Surveys of Perth, Australia, used Trimble’s CenterPoint RTX technology with R10 receivers and TSC3 controllers to survey the vast, remote areas of Western Australia.

Eco MagazineAugust 2020

Birdwatching on Gough Island

John Houston worked on a project for the Royal Society for the Protection of Birds (RSPB) to mitigate a serious threat to Gough Island’s bird population. He used Trimble CenterPoint RTX, R10 and other Trimble products, to collect information on topography and soils for use in planning and design of temporary facilities on theIsland, which would be used during the mice eradication project.  

DirectionsAugust 2020

The Need for Speed

Strabag AG mounted Trimble’s MX9 mobile mapping system on a van in Germany to collect centimeter-grade survey measurements at highway speeds without sacrificing data quality.

GeoConnexion August 2020

Mapping Mission: Impossible?

Using the Trimble MX9, Danish firm LE34 was able to map the 70 km Odense-Nyborg railway route to 1 cm without shutting down traffic or putting lives at risk, and they did it in record time

Oilman MagazineJuly 2020

Improving Tank Maintenance

By using laser technology -- including Trimble’s TX5, TX8 3D scanners and Trimble RealWorks -- for collecting and analyzing tank inspection data, US-based inspection company TechCorr significantly reduced time spent onsite without cutting corners

Civil + Structural EngineerJuly 2020

First-Class Data

CES Group Engineers was hired by Charlotte Douglas International Airport to handle the surveying work on a $3.1 billion project to renovate the airport’s concourses and expand its roadways, curb front, airfield and terminal. CES used a host of Trimble products to accomplish this task including the Trimble SX10, TSC7 controlled, Trimble Access Field software, and TBC software. (cover story- page 10)

American SurveyorJuly 2020

Adding Accuracy and Efficiency to Street-Level Imagery

To support its disaster resilience efforts in Guatemala and Saint Martin, World Bank used the Trimble MX7 mobile imaging system to capture street level images and then uploaded them to Mapillary for management and analysis. (Digital Magazine Link- Page 32)

American SurveyorJune 2020

Repeated Imaging Success in Schiphol

Working for the ICC of the Schiphol Region in The Netherlands, Geospatial services company BSF Swissphoto used Trimble Inpho software to process and transform 30,000 photos taken of a 900-sq-km area into real-world, color-balanced, and seamless 2D orthomosaics 

Informed InfrastructureJune 2020

The Flooding Strikes Back

OHM Advisors used a number of Trimble solutions, including R10 receivers and TBC software, to access damage to water crossings and get topographic data for major failures after a freakish rain storm hit Midland county, Michigan.

xyHtJune 2020

Scans, Soundings, Survey & Sailcargo

Sailcargo constructed an eco-conscious shipbuilding facility in Costa Rica, where it is building a wind-powered cargo ship. The company used a Trimble SX10, R10 receiver and Trimble Business Center to survey the shipyard and create a 3D model of the launch route.

MarineLinkJune 2020

Sustainable Shipping Gets New Berth

Sailcargo constructed an eco-conscious shipbuilding facility in Costa Rica, where it is building a wind-powered cargo ship. The company used a Trimble SX10, R10 receiver and Trimble Business Center to survey the shipyard and create a 3D model of the launch route.

Lidar MagazineJune 2020

Repeated Imaging Success in Schiphol

Working for the ICC of the Schiphol Region in The Netherlands, geospatial services company BSF Swissphoto used Trimble Inpho software to process and transform 30,000 photos taken of a 900-sq-km area into real-world, color-balanced, and seamless 2D orthomosaics

Apogeo SpatialJune 2020

Hope for the Great Barrier Reef

A project team led by Roelfsema used satellite data and Trimble’s eCognition OBIA software to develop scalable mapping of the Great Barrier Reef