Trimble’s Ian Pennington plus Leica and Topcon answer questions about the survey industry and Trimble’s role within it. See page 5.
A research scientist from the University of Salzburg is using Trimble’s eCognition software to develop and test automated approaches to landslide detection, mapping, inventorying and monitoring. See page 28.
Washington State Patrolman Rod Green uses Trimble’s TX5 scanner and RealWorks software to simplify and speed the work of collecting and analyzing information and evidence at accident and crime scenes.
Data from Trimble R8 receivers, which were used in a Smithsonian Environmental Research Center project, can add confidence to the accuracy of seawater levels and help determine if changes in water depth are due to changes in the land or other causes.
Trimble Catalyst GNSS receiver is Flexible, Simple and Affordable
With an interest in better tools for location accuracy and data verification in GIS management, the City of Centennial, Colorado welcomed the opportunity to test centimeter-level mapping accuracy with a new product: Trimble Catalyst.
Article by Trimble's Boris Skopljak about how professional-grade software allows surveyors to manage, merge, and analyze the multiple types of data that go into a modern survey. See page 49.
Dutch company Dura Vermeer used Trimble’s R2 receiver for location measurement of tar samples as part of the country’s effort to build new roads using recycled asphalt from old roads.
Cape Survey used Trimble solutions to capture the precise survey data that was needed for the creation of a large wind farm in South Africa’s Northern Cape Province. See page 8.
PC Construction is building a tunnel dewatering pump station for the Washington D.C. Water Authority to protect area rivers from untreated effluent, and they are using an array of Trimble technologies for the project.
Article by Boris Skopljak and Jason Hayes about the increasing demand for spatial information as a result of software innovations as well as the growing availability of high-res 3D geospatial data.
Article about software advancements in the geospatial industry; Trimble RealWorks and SketchUp included.
Article about how the geospatial industry is evolving as new technologies and innovations transform mankind, governments, public institutions and businesses, with input from Trimble’s Chris Gibson.
Woolpert uses Trimble R10 receivers, TSC3 controllers, and Trimble Access Software to locate and georeference underground utility lines in northern Ohio.
Flexible options for surveying needs in Trimble Catalyst's "Pay-as-you-go" Software-defined GNSS
Denmark uses Trimble Precise SDK and S9 HP instruments in its efforts to modernize the collection and maintenance of geodetic heighting information.
New Trimble C-Series total stations integrate seamlessly with Trimble field and office software.
Trimble is at Intergeo 2017 with a wide range of new products, but it may be two software updates that get most of the coverage.
Read about Trimble Catalyst, a GNSS receiver that enables developers and users to operate at levels of precision and confidence previously attained only by highly skilled, well-equipped geospatial professionals.
French surveying company Boye Geometre used a number of Trimble products to provide clients with extremely detailed 2D and 3D products with very short deliverables leading to a considerable advantage over the competition.
What do the people behind survey technology make of the profession yesterday, today and tomorrow?
By introducing a Trimble scanner and software, French firm Boye Geometre was able to provide detailed products with short delivery times.
Using a number of Trimble technologies, including the SX10 and Trimble Access and Trimble Business Center software, Star Survey was able to quickly and accurately gather data on more than 900 buildings for a project in Changchun, China, to maintain and improve city structures.
Business Geomatics speaks with Ron Bisio about current market developments in advance of INTERGEO 2017. (article is in German)