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.
Discover how high-accuracy field solutions are transforming GIS. Join Eos at the 2018 Esri Gulf Coast User Conference. Here's what to expect from high-accuracy Collector and Survey123 workflows when you attend and visit the Eos booth (pods this year!).
The increasing capabilities of GIS to serve as a digital twin is creating an opportunity for, and desire among, many utilities to re-evaluate data quality. In this article, Esri Global Director of Utility Solutions Bill Meehan explains how utilities can cut workflows and save time by having an accurate digital representation of their asset infrastructure. Meehan identifies specific workflows that can be streamlined, as well as steps utilities can take today to improve data quality.
This year Eos, Esri and Laser Technology announced their Laser Mapping Release at the 2018 Esri UC. This marks the world's first laser offsets for Collector for ArcGIS. Sessions were packed with standing-room only, the booth was crowded, and the social media response was huge. Here's what happened (with pictures).
By combining an Eos Arrow Series™ GNSS receivers with FuturaPro Stake, your utility can have a device-agnostic, submeter/centimeter field staking solution. See how FieldPro Stake works with Eos receivers at the Futura18 User Conference. Here's how to find Eos in Atlanta.
Eos Positioning Systems, Esri, and Laser Technology announced the world's first laser mapping solution for iOS. The laser offset for Collector for ArcGIS solution allows field crews to capture centimeter-accurate XYZ coordinates of hard to reach and/or dangerously situated assets.
New for Eos Newsletter May 2018: GNSS for beginners breaks down what you need to perform high-accuracy data collection. Your Atlas frequency firmware update is ready. Australian SBAS is approved for funding beyond 2019. Plus free guides, video and more!