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Global Positioning Systems
GPS compared to other traditional geopositioning methods, has several advantages such as:
Optimization of productivity, speed, and economy of a conventional team.
No need for intervisibility between points to be determined.
It can work day and night, even on rainny and foggy days.
A single operator can perform all the work.
It allows working with local and geographic coordinates at the same time and in the same project.
It is possible to georeference without the need for geodetic points when they are inaccessible, through permanent active bases or radio beacons.
It captures position and data simultaneously, being the ideal tool for development and maintenance of cartography.
It allows for real-time layout and control of works.
Surveys can be carried out on mobile devices.