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Field Demonstration: 3 Eos Laser Mapping Methods

What does each of the three available Eos Laser Mapping™ methods look like in the field? In these three quick video demonstrations, an Eos representative performs a complete data capture using each of the three available Eos Laser Mapping™ methods:

  1. Range-Azimuth
  2. Range-Backsight
  3. Range-Range (sometimes called “Range-Intersect”)

After you see what each method looks like, we invite you learn more about choosing which workflow works best to fit your needs. Visit “Eos Laser Mapping: Choose Your GPS Workflow” after reading this article. You can also contact our team for personal guidance on choosing the best workflow for your application.

Workflow 1: Range-Azimuth

The Range-Azimuth workflow requires the following equipment:

Recommended Mounting Equipment for Range-Azimuth:

  • Rangepole
  • LTI TruPulse Rangepole Bracket

Workflow 2: Range-Backsight

The Range-Backsight workflow requires the following equipment:

Recommended Mounting Equipment for Range-Backsight:

  • Tripod
  • LTI TruAngle Mounting Bracket (with TruAngle)

Workflow 3: Range-Range (aka Range-Intersect)

The Range-Range workflow requires the following equipment:

Recommended Mounting Equipment for Range-Range:

  • Rangepole
  • LTI TruPulse Rangepole Bracket

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