Finally, there’s a surveying prism pole system with tilt compensation and other capabilities that can boost productivity. But does it actually work as claimed? Gavin Schrock tested it for GoGeomatics.
How much faster could you survey if you didn’t have to stop to level up your prism pole? This new system promises significant time savings.
Here’s an easy way to make sure every change to your prism pole height is measured and applied to your survey data.
Here’s how you can prevent your total station from locking onto the wrong prism and keep it locked on the right one.
An innovative prism pole system with tilt compensation, automatic pole height readings and unique target identification takes total station surveying to the next level.
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