GPS: Global Positioning System

The GPS is a Global Positioning System that uses a constellation of satellites orbiting Earth at 20,200 km.
In addition to high precisions that it reaches compared to other traditional methods of geo-positioning, it has many advantages such as:

  • Optimize productivity, speed, and economy of conventional equipment.
  • No need intervisibility between points to be determined.
  • You can work day and night, with rain and fog.
  • All work can be performed by a single operator.
  • It allows to work with local and geographical coordinates at the same time and in the same project.
  • You can gelocate without taking geodesic points when they are inaccessible through permanent active bases or radio beacons.
  • Capture position and data simultaneously, being ideal for development and maintenance of GIS tools.
  • Allows real-time work control and reset.
  • You can perform surveys using mobile devices.

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