LaserGIS Software Extension for ArcPad

Posted by GIS talk On Sunday, September 25, 2011
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LTI's LaserGIS is a software extension for ArcPad that expedites the process of setting up and storing the laser's measurements with fewer steps and more flexibility for the user. Built on ArcPad's current platform, the software enhancement makes it an easy addition for current users as the workflow is the same except the new LaserGIS toolbar makes collecting data quicker and easier.

Using LTI lasers for GIS data collection increases your productivity because the need to physically occupy the locations you have to record is eliminated. That's great, but your laser needs to work seamlessly within your GIS software. LaserGIS is the first robust software extension that significantly enhances ArcPad®’s current laser offset functionality.

No extensive training needed and increased field productivity translates into saving time (which as we all know also means saving money) LTI's LaserGIS for ArcPad® is a must have for GIS data collection.

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Version 1.0.1 is now available and is a free and recommended upgrade to existing LaserGIS users. This release offers a localization toolkit and German and French versions have just been released!

Key Features:

- Connect your TruPulse 360 via Bluetooth and set up your laser preferences in a matter of seconds.
- Easily record laser offset data with or without GPS using an existing ArcPad® map or from a template
- Use "Quick Traverse" to map and calculate an area as well as determine your percent error of closure
- Automatically and instantly download height, distance, azimuth, slope, spans and clearance values within your GIS attributes
- Use GPS or any feature on your map to set your reference point. You can also use a survey monument or even just tap on your map to get started.
- Laser data is collected in native ArcPad formats for immediate porting into ArcGIS. LaserGIS also automatically stores all your raw measurements that can be exported in a (.raw) file format.
- Map multiple objects from your one location, with or without GPS, or do a traverse by occupying the location of your last shot.
- Expedite the process by auto accepting your measurements and features and LaserGIS will collect all your data without touching the screen.
- Automatically apply declination settings based on your map or GPS location.


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