Eos Newsletter August 2018:
Students from Dalhousie University created a street-tree inventory for the Town of Bridgewater. In just one weekend, they inventoried more than 2,000 trees in ArcGIS. By using the Arrow 100 GNSS receiver, ArcGIS Online, and their own personal mobile devices, they students were able to analyze tree demographics and recommend sustainability measures for the town.
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Out of This World!
Announcing New GNSS Status Update
Do you ever wonder how many total GNSS satellites are in the sky? Do you wonder how many are operational, for use in fieldwork? Eos is excited to announce our new Monthly GNSS Status Update, breaking down all this information in a quick-reference graph (shown below). Check the website and newsletter for next month’s update! This month’s update appears below.-collection app. It is almost perfect … except for the device’s accuracy. You’d like to use an external receiver, like Arrow. But how do you consume GNSS locations in your own app? This month, Eos explains how to set up your Android app to consume Arrow locations.
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