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Geosystems is offering new tools for construction firms for remote monitoring and for handling data from ground penetrating radar.
With the GeoMoS Imaging package, users can stay up-to-date on remote monitoring; the live view allows observation and recording of areas of interest. A joystick provides remote access to the total station so that personnel can increase productivity and reduce time in the field.
The GeoMoS Imaging system offers automated visual inspection and enables remote observation of the site, maximising user output. With the live stream camera and the availability of repeated recorded images, users can obtain a better understanding of a project.
An automatic monitoring cycle combines monitoring data with images. Professionals can export detailed reports to observe changes of ageing infrastructure that allow for better planning.
For large- or small-scale projects where environmental monitoring is key for safety, GeoMoS Imaging provides solutions designed for harsh and hazardous conditions.
Meanwhile the firm is also offering new utility post-processing software that delivers CAD drawings in less time. The firm says that its DX Office Vision package allows inexperienced CAD users to digitally map detected underground utilities. This utilises ground penetrating radar (GPR) data from the field in a CAD drawing. Users can obtain professional 3D CAD drawings and visualise the detected underground utilities. With DX Office Vision, post-processing for all ground penetrating data requires no add-on or third party software. The package is said to help reduce post-processing time and eliminate steps when converting data or choosing parameters. The software guides the user to create a reliable 3D map of the underground-detected utilities with minimal training.