Visit Eos Positioning Systems® (Eos) — a 2019 Esri Award-Winning Silver Partner and ArcGIS Online Specialty Partner — at SIG 2019 (the Esri France UC). This year’s event will be held at Les Docks de Paris in Paris, France. The Eos team will be exhibiting from October 16-17.
Eos is a Canadian company and Esri Silver Business Partner that specializes in simple, affordable, high-accuracy field solutions (GPS / GNSS) for the GIS and mapping community. Eos Arrow Series Bluetooth® GPS (GNSS) receivers fit directly into existing mobile GIS workflows and data-collection apps (e.g., Collector, Survey123, and even your own proprietary application!). Our solutions simply replace lower accuracy native device locations with higher-accuracy (submeter/cm) GNSS locations and metadata. The Arrow Series™ GNSS (external Bluetooth® GPS) receivers work with any mobile device and field data-collection app.
Scroll down to learn how to find an authorized Eos representative at SIG 2019. Ask for a demonstration of submeter/cm data-collection with Arrow GNSS!
Find our Team on the SIG 2019 Floor Plan!
Find the Eos team in the SIG 2019 expo hall. We will be located at Booth #15 on the floor plan:
Les Docks de Paris
87 av. des Magasins Généraux
Expo Dates and Times
8h – 9h15
11h – 11h20
12h30 – 14h
16h – 6h30
18h30 – 19h15
8h – 9h
11h – 11h30
13h – 14h30
Session we recommend:
“Solutions GPS/GNSS de haute précision pour les applications mobiles de ArcGIS”
Presenter: Jean-Yves Lauture, CTO, Eos Positioning Systems
Time: October 16, 13h-13h30
Location: Théâtre Nord
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Interview: SIGMAG Explains How Eos Makes High-Accuracy Accessible to GIS Users
During the Esri France 2018 GIS (SIG) conference in Paris, France, Jean-Yves Lauture, President and Technical Director of Eos, traces the history of Eos Positioning Systems (Eos). Created in 2014, Eos’ mission is to make high-accuracy GNSS — which is usually reserved for surveying communities — accessible to all professional mapping communities. The mission is to achieve this while keeping the GNSS receivers simple and financially affordable.
In this video, Jean-Yves Lauture explains the trends causing non-surveying mapping professionals to use this type of solution. The Eos Arrow Series GNSS receivers, which are manufactured by Eos and distributed in Europe by a dealer network, also include a new feature — based on a partnership with Esri and Laser Technology Inc (LTI) — to provide a real, total-station like workflow using just Collector for ArcGIS, the Eos Arrow GNSS receiver, and the LTI TruePulse rangefinders.
Jean-Yves Lauture also addresses new added functionality for adopters of this user-friendly GNSS, including the ability for field crews to safely perform point-surveys in dangerous or normally inaccessible situations — such as open trenches. Finally, Lauture describes the new release of geoid model support.
This blurb has been translated from French.
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