In GNSS-denied areas, it is also possible to use third party terrestrial positioning systems. To do so, all that is needed is to connect the field...
In GNSS-denied areas, it is also possible to use third party terrestrial positioning systems. To do so, all that is needed is to connect the field controller of a robotic total station to the GS8000 and stream continuous positions. To achieve so, Proceq offers a cable with a DB-9 (RS232) ending where most third party controllers can be connected – with or without an intermediate serial cable or adapter - and output Pseudo NMEA GGA sentences, understandable by the GS8000.
Alternatively, GS8000 can also be used as a traditional GPR device, without any positioning.
Proceq is now part of Screening Eagle Technologies.
Screening Eagle is a merger of Dreamlab, a Singapore-based software and robotics company and Proceq, a Swiss-based NDT company with a 65+ year heritage as a market leader in portable sensors. Together, we protect the built world with software, sensors and data.
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