Is your mobile device lying to you about GPS accuracy? No, but in this Eos April 2017 issue we'll show you how to make your receiver and mobile device talk the same language. Plus, we'll also show you how to pair your Arrow via Bluetooth so you can start recording high-accuracy data today.
California State University - Monterey Bay (CSUMB) needed updated as-builts and field asset data. The university needed a solution to record high-accuracy (centimeter) horizontal and vertical (aka elevation) data. Using the Eos Arrow 200, iPads, and Collector for ArcGIS, CSUMB was able to map its most sensitive field assets. Then, the university team used the geoid model and ArcGIS for Desktop to convert its elevation data into usable field data. The asset records will now help the university provide contractors and field surveyors with high-accuracy field data for construction, demolition, and other projects in the future. See how CSUMB deployed the solution.
If you’re ready to learn how to set up your own RTK base station with GNSS receivers, you’re in the right place! Eos has your complete guide to creating your own RTK base station If you’re researching how to set up your own RTK base station with GNSS receivers, chances are you already know some of
Just how can you set up your own RTK base station using GPS / GNSS receivers like the Arrow? In this article from the Eos February 2017 issue we'll show you how — and also what to look out for. Plus, you'll learn how to configure Collector for Windows.
Are you struggling with how to stay productive with inconsistent RTK coverage during field work? Eos will help you learn how to troubleshoot this common issue even in the most unreliable areas This is a question that Eos RTK users have been asking us for several years. There is nothing more frustrating than being at
Eos November 2016 Issue: How do you stay productive when your Internet connection is inconsistent while using your RTK network? In this article from the Eos November 2016 issue, we explore how Arrow Gold switches seamlessly between your RTK network and satellite corrections with its SafeRTK feature.
With the help of local organizations, Le-Ax Water was able to map all its aboveground assets and create its first GIS in 2009. Then came the task of maintaining the GIS, which meant field crews would have to collect all new assets (e.g., valves) installed in the field. To overcome the challenges of training field crews on new technology and avoiding the connectivity issues inherent to working in an often disconnected, rural environment, Le-Ax went with Esri Collector for ArcGIS, Arrow 100, iPads, and the ODOT RTK network.
Why is the Arrow Gold the world's most advanced GNSS receiver? The Arrow Gold is the world's first high-accuracy iOS, Android, and Windows Bluetooth GNSS receiver that also implements all four global constellations (GPS, GLONASS, Galileo, BeiDou), the three frequencies (L1, L2, L5), and also satellite-based RTK augmentation. The Arrow Gold works with all apps that run on iOS, Android, and Windows devices. It also supports all planned global satellite constellations as well as all planned signals, giving it an awesome return on investment that will serve you well into the next decade and beyond. Discover the Arrow Gold today.