Anyone who claims to be GIS-savvy knows what a significant investment field data collection hardware and software is when implementing a system. Not to mention the sophisticated databases that create those beautiful maps. The good news is that most field software already is set up to accept Laser Technology’s (LTI) laser data string. This means that there is potential for GIS professionals to fully utilize the benefits of laser offsets and measurements without investing a lot of time or money to do so.
GPS laser offset mapping and field measurements has proven to make things quicker, easier and safer. What makes theTruPulse laser rangefinder so valuable is that anyone can learn how to properly use it in less than 20 minutes and it’s most likely compatible with the software you already work with. This makes the transition to using lasers in your everyday workflow fast and simple.
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Next steps? Visit LTI at booth #2417 at this year’sEsri User Conference and ask if you are laser ready and if a quick reference guide on how to integrate your lasers with your current software is available. Also, please join us by registering for a live webinar addressing all the things you should know when considering lasers for mapping and field measurements.
Awaken Your Inner GIS Solution with LTI Lasers Webinar
July 30th at 10 AM (MST)
All visitors to LTI’s booth at the Esri UC and those attendees to this upcoming webinar will be entered to win one of three TruPulse 360 laser rangefinders.