Field survey is basically a primary survey to extract information at a local level. Well-planned field surveys are the mabrin pillar stones of any geo-spatial survey.
Drone surveys are a quicker, more secure & more cost- efficient approach to study an area from a height. Sometimes referred to as Aerial surveys, UAS (Unmanned Aerial System) surveys, or UAV (Unmanned Aerial Vehicle) surveys, are an inexorably famous strategy for getting information from the air.
A Differential Global Positioning System is an upgrade to the Global Positioning System which gives improved location accuracy, in the scope of activities of every framework, from the 15-meter nominal GPS accuracy to around 1-3 cm in case of the best executions of DGPS.
A corridor survey is a venture that provides information regarding a roadway and its adjoining land. It characterizes adequate degrees of access and versatility. It determines transportation system needs to benefit surrounding land uses or to promote redevelopment of a prevailing under performing corridor. Electronic Total Stations (ETS) is an electronic optical instrument and it is utilized in modern day surveying and building construction, which utilizes electronic transit theodolite in conjunction with electronic distance meter (EDM). It is furthermore integrated with microchip, electronic data collector and storage system.
Electronic Total Stations (ETS) is an electronic optical instrument and it is utilized in modern day surveying and building construction, which utilizes electronic transit theodolite in conjunction with electronic distance meter (EDM). It is furthermore integrated with microchip, electronic data collector and storage system.
Cadastral survey is by and large preformed to divide land into parcels for ownership under a land title and to restore boundaries of surveyed properties to decide the physical extended out proprietorship or to facilitate the transfer of the property title.
A Topographic Survey is a survey that accumulates information about the heights of points on a land parcel and presents them as contour lines on a plot. The purpose of a topographic survey is to gather information about the natural as well as man-made structures of the land, along with its heights.
GPS is the abbreviated form of Global Positioning System. It is a satellite-based navigation system provided by the United States department of Defence. It gives the ground position (latitude-longitude) of an element on any part of the earth or in space. It is utilized for navigation surveying and GIS information assortments. GPS receivers are embedded in numerous electrical gear's including vehicles, cell phones, exercise watches, and GIS contraptions.