Date and Time:
February 13, 2020
10:00 am – (PST)
(Recently rescheduled from Dec. 5, 2019)
AEC, Telecommunications, Utilities
Eos Laser Mapping Solution: Arrow GNSS, Collector for ArcGIS, LTI TruPulse 200X
DDSI is a Colorado service provider that surveys and provides boundary information for telecommunication cell sites. Their drawings are used by Architecture and Engineering (A&E) firms to propose site modifications that expand bandwidth and accommodate additional carriers (e.g., Verizon, AT&T, Sprint, T-Mobile).
DDSI’s field crews are tasked with surveying all topographic features with decimeter accuracy.
But some cell tower sites proved challenging. Trees or buildings blocked GPS satellite reception, forcing teams to change between a variety of field collection methods. Time lost in the field or office (to clarify measurements) could make the profit margin suffer.
What to expect in this Esri Laser Mapping Webinar with Esri, Eos Positioning Systems and DDSI
Last year, DDSI adopted a new laser mapping solution from Eos Positioning Systems. The Eos Laser Mapping Solution for Collector allows field crews to collect all topographic features under any field conditions with decimeter accuracy using:
- Esri Collector for ArcGIS
- Arrow GNSS receivers
- Eos Tools Pro (free iOS app)
- LTI TruPulse 200x laser rangefinder
“The magic number for us being more profitable is being able to complete two sites per day, and laser mapping has helped us achieve that goal.”
— Mike George, Project Manager, DDSI
In this webinar, George explains how the laser mapping solution works and how it saves DDSI time and money. Eos Positioning Systems joins him and Esri.
Registration link coming soon! Check back in mid November for to register for the Esri Laser Mapping Webinar with Eos and DDSI
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Read the Success Story!
DDSI Increases Profit Margins 20% with Eos Laser Mapping Solution
As a competitive consultancy, DDSI’s profit margins depend upon turning around timely and accurate surveys of telecommunications sites. With a goal of speeding up field work to increase profit margins, DDSI looked for a new GNSS data-collection system. Their biggest challenge with legacy handheld GPS devices was signal failure under canopy, and the time-consuming alternatives of using either a total station or manual measurements.