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Integrated Surveying - GNSS+TPS

Integrated Surveying - GNSS+TPS

Integrated Surveying - GNSS+TPS

I was wondering does anyone have some research work that deals with the
practical examination of the efficiency and reliability of the integrated surveying technology.
It means, combine GNSS and TPS(optical) surveying. Like Leica SmartPole, Trimble IS or
Topcon Hybrid positioning.
Best regards
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RE: Integrated Surveying - GNSS+TPS

I just want to know how it works in the field, if it's worth to buy.

RE: Integrated Surveying - GNSS+TPS

If u got money to spend defo worth buying it. The combination of gnss + tps makes your life as a surveyor a lot easier. You can swap between the two in seconds, basically it removes the need to change the PC-card from TPS to GNSS . Only downfall in my opinion is, if u have to measure all day the gnss-receiver + controller + rest gets very heavy.

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