About Apple Devices for iOS GNSS Recievers

The Eos Arrow Series provided the world’s first iOS GNSS receivers to support submeter, centimeter, and RTK data collection on iPhones and iPads. A number of manufacturers provide ruggedized cases to keep your iPhones and iPads safe under any conditions, making them as rugged as traditional handhelds but with a lower cost point and the ease of use of consumer-grade mobile devices. Arrow users can access the Eos Tools Pro app for iOS to monitor location data and metadata during field work. In addition, Eos partners with a number of leading app providers to enable iOS data collection. And with more than 235,000 additional business apps available on iTunes, iOS devices have become one of the leading choices for fieldwork. iPhones and iPads can also be centrally configured, customized, and managed, creating an efficient option for IT departments. Arrow users can move interchangeably between iPhones and iPads.

iPhone for Arrow

iPhones offer the lightest weight option on the iOS platform. With a pocket-sized smartphone, crews take high-accuracy collection devices anywhere, all day long. Eos Tools Pro supports location monitoring on iPhone.

iPad for Arrow

Arrow users commonly deploy iPads to the field for the best combination of screen size, affordability, and ease of use. Eos Tools Pro supports location monitoring on iPad.

Eos Partners with Apps for Data Collection on iOS

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“It was remarkable. Truly remarkable. It’s almost self-configuring. We played around and had some fun, and at most it was a couple hours to feel that the technology works so well. It cut our spin-up time dramatically.”

— Kurt Towler, GIS Supervisor, SSVEC


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Alert (for iOS Users): Arrow GNSS Bluetooth Disconnection Issue for Some iOS v.12.2 Users

Eos is working closely with Apple on a permanent and urgent solution. Follow these steps if you are using an iOS 12.2 device (iPhone/iPad) and experiencing this known Arrow GNSS Bluetooth disconnection issue.

How to Find Eos at the 2018 Fall NEARC

Visit Eos at the 2018 Fall NEARC. We’ll demonstrate how ArcGIS users can get high-accuracy location in Collector and Survey123 workflows on any device. Plus, you can get your hands on a real Arrow GNSS receiver. Here’s how to find Eos in New York from late October to early November.

How to Find Eos at the 2018 NW GIS Conference in Washington

Join Eos at the 2018 NW GIS Conference. Meet our team, attend the high-accuracy GIS field solution workshop, and get your hands on an Arrow. Here’s how to learn more and where and when to look for the Eos team in Washington state.

How to Find Eos at the 2018 INTERGEO Conference

Visit Eos at the “global hub of the geospatial community” — 2018 INTERGEO. Get started on high-accuracy field location. It starts in the Eos booth. Here’s how to find Eos (with floorplan!) and get your hands on the real Arrow GNSS receiver. The Arrow was the world’s first Bluetooth submeter receiver capable of working with any device or app.

Halifax Students Use Arrow 100 for Urban Forestry Project: Determining the Health of 2,000 Street Trees

Students from Dalhousie University used the Arrow 100 for urban forestry. In just one weekend, students mapped over 2,000 trees on personal mobile devices. Using iOS and Android phones and tablets, with Esri’s Collector for ArcGIS and Arrow 100 GNSS receivers, the students were able to create a high-accuracy tree inventory and, afterwards, help the Town of Bridgewater assess tree health for sustainable planning.

Eos Newsletter July 2018: Eos, Esri and LTI Release World’s 1st Laser Mapping Solution for Collector for ArcGIS at the 2018 Esri UC

News from the Eos Newsletter July 2018 Edition: Eos, Esri and Laser Technology release the world’s first laser mapping solution for Collector for ArcGIS at Esri UC to overwhelming reception. Plus, Galileo and BeiDou get more satellites, and where to find Eos in person.

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For technical support, questions about how this app works with GNSS receivers, configuration, feedback, or more, please contact Eos support. Someone will respond to you within 24 hours during normal business days.

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