High-accuracy data collection has come a long way since the USA launched the first GNSS constellation, GPS, in the 1970s. Today, all you need to get started with submeter or centimeter data collection is a smart device, a collection app, and a GNSS receiver that works with both.
Northumbrian Water covers a 2.7M-person service area including rugged and rural terrain. See how they used the Arrow receiver to map their assets and boundaries in the Eos September 2017 issue. Plus, learn how to set up mock locations with Collector for ArcGIS.
Tucked away in rural England, Northumbrian Water was looking for a technology kit that could improve its asset data. The water utility was on a tight budget and had limited staff, who needed an intuitive solution. By deploying the Arrow 100 receiver, Northumbrian Water was able to tap into the European EGNOS SBAS for differential corrections, collect high-accuracy data with Collector for ArcGIS, and increase internal confidence in asset data while keeping costs low.
Eos Tools Pro is the free Android app that helps you monitor high-accuracy location in the field. Designed by Eos Positioning Systems, Inc.® (Eos), Eos Tools Pro lets you see your DOP, RMS values, PDOP, Differential Status, Satellites Tracked and Used, and more — in real time.
From the Pioneers of High-Precision Bluetooth GNSS Receivers for iOS, Android and Windows How do I know if My iOS or Android Device Is Using My Bluetooth GNSS Receiver? One question we often are asked is “how do I know if my iPad/Android is using my Bluetooth GNSS receiver or the internal iPad/Android GNSS receiver?”.
One question we often get asked often is, “How do I know if my iPad/Android is using my Bluetooth GNSS receiver instead of the internal iPad/Android GNSS receiver?" In this article from the Eos September 2016 issue, we explain how to confirm your device is using the right data.
Eos Tools Pro is the free iOS app that helps you monitor high-accuracy location in the field. Designed by Eos Positioning Systems, Inc.® (Eos), Eos Tools Pro lets you see your DOP, RMS values, PDOP, Differential Status, Satellites Tracked and Used, and more — in real time.
Are you ready to collect high-accuracy data in the field via Bluetooth? This video walks you through how to pair your Arrow Series™ receiver with any iOS device using Bluetooth. To get started, just follow along with this video tutorial. You'll need your iPhone or iPad and Arrow receiver.