Earl and Jim, expounding, at the South Florida GISExpo…
While you are there stop by our booth to see the latest in GPS Technology!
The South Florida GIS Expo is an annual conference sponsored by the Palm Beach Countywide GIS Forum. The South Florida GIS Expo serves as a way to foster collaboration, Geographic Information System coordination, networking, education and training for the rapidly expanding professional GIS Community in the South Florida Region.
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HOPE TO SEE YOU HERE!
We will be exhibiting at THE 10th ANNUAL CENTRAL FLORIDA GIS WORKSHOP – GIS in a Changing World, September 19 – 20, 2016 at the Ocean Center, 101 N Atlantic Ave, in Daytona Beach
The Program includes Technical Sessions from Esri and other presenters, User Presentations, a Map Gallery, Exhibitors and a Monday Social. Check out the program and read the abstracts at http://cfgisworkshop.org/documents/Program2016.pdf . There will be a light breakfast and full lunch provided on both days.
The Workshop Keynotes include Charlie Fitzpatrick – ESRI’s Schools Program Manager, Tyler Radford, Executive Director, Humanitarian OpenStreetMap (OSM) Team and Cindy Schmidt, Research Scientist/Associate Program Manager, Ecological Forecasting Program Team, Bay Area Environmental Research Institute, NASA Ames Research Center.
Available on Tuesday, September 20th, at 2 PM are the Workshop free open sessions. Participants can check out the GISP Certification / Recertification Workshop, put some of the world’s most vulnerable people on the map during our Missing Maps Mapathon, and either participate in or watch our inaugural drone races! Finally if you’re a FLURISA member, the annual FLURISA meeting will be held at 3:30 pm Tuesday. Hear how FLURISA is working for you.
Earn AICP and surveying CEU’s and GISP points just for showing up. Register at www.cfgisworkshop.org.
Introducing the Trimble Geospatial Webinar Series
We invite you to join the new Trimble Geospatial Webinar Series. These webinars offer you the opportunity to learn more about our technology, solutions, explore best practices, discover tips and tricks and deep dive into technical workflows.
DISCOVER HOW TO DO MORE WITH TRIMBLE SOLUTIONS
Each webinar will provide a space for you to ask questions and connect with the technical experts behind the Trimble products.
TAUGHT BY DAVID NEWCOMER, PE, PLS , FORMER NGS ADVISOR TO FLORIDA
The two day class will be at our location in Orlando on September 14th and 15th.
It is an open enrollment for all that want to attend. The class sizes are limited and we will post when the class registration is full. Please view the PDF sheet for contact information to enroll.
GPServ, Inc. is a dealer for the Seafloor Systems, Inc. Hydrolite Echosounder Kit featuring the SonarMite MILSpec™ Echo Sounder, and we have them available for rental. The Sonarmite is available in either single frequency or dual frequency (Sonarmite-DFX) versions. The Hydrolite is very portable and can be shipped or transported in a single shipping case, The Sonarmite is compatible with either the Trimble Access or Survey Controller Field Software for up to centimeter level positioning, and is also compatible with the Trimble TerraSync Field Software for sub-meter, decimeter or even centimeter level positioning as well. When used with the Trimble Access Software you can either export coordinate files with bottom elevations, or you can export elevations with depths separately directly from the handheld to your PC.
On July 30, 2015 GPServ, Inc. was granted a Section 333 Exemption from the FAA to allow us to legally fly drones in the U.S. As a Trimble Dealer, we’re now authorized to fly the Trimble UX5 and the upcoming Trimble UX5 HP Unmanned Aircraft Systems (UAS) for the purpose of demonstrating these Trimble systems for conducting aerial surveys and performing aerial data collection. These Trimble UASs conduct flights in a fully automated manner with no piloting skills required from launch to landing. You just plot the flight path on the included Trimble Tablet Access Controller and you can monitor the progress of your aerial mission from the Controller in real-time. We have a UX5 demonstration upcoming in South Florida, so let us know if you’d like to see it in action.
The all-new Trimble® UX5 Aerial Imaging Solution is setting the standard for fast and safe aerial data collection by offering a complete system with powerful technologies such as reversed thrust & automatic failsafe procedures, a robust design, and radically simplified workflow. The UX5 comes with a camera modified to capture near-infrared (NIR) spectrum. Images from the NIR-enabled camera provide crop health indicators for use in crop scouting to detect pests, weeds, mineral deficiencies, and other potential problems in agriculture.
The Trimble Access™ Aerial Imaging application loaded onto the Trimble Tablet Rugged PC operates the Trimble UX5 and is a single software tool for planning your aerial missions, performing pre-flight checks and monitoring your flights.
- Intuitive workflows ensure reliable results.
- Conduct flights in a fully automated manner, from launch to landing.
- No piloting skills required.
- Built-in safety procedures ensure safe and successful launches each time.
The Trimble UX5 aerial image data can now be processed into powerful deliverables with the new Trimble Business Center (TBC) photogrammetry module. Specialized computer-vision algorithms produce very accurate results automatically, with minimal manual interaction. Provides a stable and reliable photogrammetric system delivering excellent results without requiring specialized photogrammetry knowledge or experience.
The New Trimble TX8 3D Laser Scanner sets new standards for performance and ease of use in high-speed collection of 3D data. With data capture speeds up to 1 Million points per second and range of up to 340 Meters, the Trimble TX8 enables you to collect high quality datasets with fewer set-ups.
The Trimble TX8 features a Class 1, Eye Safe Laser and has a scanning field of view of 360 degrees by 317 degrees. Full 360 degree scans can be accomplished in as little as 2 minutes. With the intuitive onboard software scans can be initiated with as little as one button push.
August 1, 2013: Trimble introduced today its next generation Trimble® Tablet PC for surveying. The Trimble Tablet is a lightweight, rugged and highly mobile field computer that can operate with Trimble’s suite of receivers and total stations to provide a complete surveying solution. With Trimble Access™ field software onboard, the Trimble Tablet streamlines the flow of information between the field and office while also allowing surveyors to run the applications they need to perform office work directly from the field.
The Trimble Tablet offers a 7-inch capacitive multi-touch screen in an easy-to-hold form factor that measures 6.3 inches x 9.6 inches and weighs three pounds. An extended battery set provides up to 16 hours of operation.
With the Microsoft® Windows 7 Professional operating system, a 1.6 GHz Intel Atom dual-core processor, 4 GB RAM and 128 GB of flash-based storage onboard, the Trimble Tablet allows surveyors to run a variety of the applications they need to perform office work fast and reliably. Connectivity via Bluetooth®, Wi-Fi and a built-in 3.75G GSM cellular data modem enables manageable and efficient workflows so surveyors can remain connected wherever networks are available. With the Trimble Tablet, surveyors can check their work and deliver it to clients without a trip back to the office.
Using the multi-touch capacitive touchscreen, surveyors can type, pan, and zoom with their fingers, a stylus or capacitive gloves. The large display features new technology created specifically to enhance sunlight readability. Viewing data, maps and applications is also easier so that surveyors can unlock the full potential of Trimble VISION™ instruments and applications dependent on highly visual data and graphic interfaces. Jobsite documentation is possible using the Trimble Tablet’s built-in 5MP camera with autofocus and built-in flash capabilities, while simultaneously providing geotag functionality using integrated GPS.
Ruggedized for extreme conditions, the Trimble Tablet holds an environmental rating of IP65 and can operate in temperatures of -30 °C to +60 °C (-22 °F to +140 °F), providing exceptional versatility, efficiency and portability. The full-color screen resides under a Gorilla® Glass panel that is scratch and impact resistant.
“The ability to stay connected and complete office work from the field is becoming increasingly important to surveyors,” said Elmar Lenz, business area director of Trimble’s GNSS and survey handheld solutions. “With new features and functionality, the next generation Trimble Tablet rugged PC is an ideal solution that provides even more capability to surveyors—more memory, computing power, connectivity, data visualization and increased documentation.”