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March 24th : The benefits of high frequency XYZ data sponsored by Reduct


GIS platforms are typically populated with XYZ coordinates with a point spacing of 1 meter or more. in fact, most traditional land surveying techniques, like GPS, often have a point spacing of 3 meters or more, and that is understandable given the procedure to obtain these points. 

But have you ever wondered what amount of detail is lost when increasing the point frequency? Well, in this seminar, Otto Ballintijn will demonstrate the impact point frequency has on pipe detail using a couple of Case Studies using high frequency Gyroscopic Mapping data. 

Gyro-mapping systems capture data at 100 Hz, or 10 samples per second. At the recommended mapping speed of 1m per second this yields a point frequency of 1cm. That may be too rich for GIS purposes, but learn how it can help engineers involved with installation acceptance or subsidence monitoring.

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March 24th: Workshop sponsored by Scribble Maps

1:30PM EDT

Scribble Maps is an easy-to-use online GIS and web mapping visualization solution. 

Scribble Maps has a robust toolset along with vast operations that can help you annotate maps, plot territories, filter and analyze data, optimize routes, add images, and more.

Our powerful mapping software can easily be integrated with many different file formats including GeoJson, SHP, KML, CSV, GPX, DXF, and PDF. 

Founded in 2009, Scribble Maps has been developed from direct user feedback, thus providing an easy learning curve that makes mapping accessible for all levels of any organization. 

Scribble Maps offers a variety of products including a Free, Professional, and Enterprise plan. 

To find out more about how Scribble Maps can help your business, book a demo with one of our specialists here:

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March 24th: Introducing the RevealTwin - The world's leading subsurface utility digital twin software platform sponsored by REVEAL


Reveal is building the world's most advanced and accurate digital twin technology for subsurface infrastructure. We're driving a safer, more efficient and sustainable world by revealing the truth of the underground.   

Join us for a 30min presentation where we will be showcasing our technology through our flagship project in Wellington, New Zealand.

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March 25th: PointMan Field Data Collection - "Easy 3D mapping"

10:30AM EDT

An overview of Prostar's "Cloud and Mobile Precision Field Data Collection Solution and the set up of the  ProStar "PointMan Plus" application FREE to WorkShop attendees.   

PointMan is a patented cloud and mobile mapping software application that captures, records, and displays the precise location and the associated metadata of critical surface and subsurface infrastructure, all in "real-time"  

Workshop includes: 

-1 FREE annual subscription of a PointMan Plus (Mobile app.) 

-Training on how to download and set up the PointMan Local application Video's on how to: 

- How to connect to an EM locator and an external GPS reciever for capturing X,Y,Z 

- How to set up your Projects and Data Dictionary 

- How to create points, lines and poygons 

- How to export your data  Features: Geoid Models Google Directions Supports PDFs out in the Field Data Dictionary Photo & Sketch Support Pairs with Major Locate Tools Multiple VRS/Correction Services Real

-Time Datum Translations Stakeout for Points & Lines Survey & Mapping Grade GPS Units Attach Photos & Forms to Features Audit Trails for Users & Data Feature Lock Snap Line work to Points/Potholes Split & Join Lines Supports Custom Attributes Trimble GPS/GNSS & Catalyst DA

-1 Utility Locate Form Export Shapefile, KML, & CSV Enhanced Export Options Import KML & PRJ Files

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March 25th: How to Automate Digital As-Builting for Underground Utilities


For decades, cities have required all utilities, communication providers and municipal services providers to build their facilities below ground. In addition, the increase in severe natural disaster conditions have driven traditional overhead utilities to revise their construction standards and build their new facilities underground. 

As the proliferation of underground construction continues, all utility groups must improve their procedures to ensure that any newly installed facilities are: 

1) fully documented, 

2) accurately located and 

3) made available to other underground utilities via Mark Out Services. 

Traditional methods to document the ‘as-built’ asset data have been largely paper based and rely upon the construction crew to record the details of the newly installed assets. In addition, the manual process of handing off the paper based ‘as-built’ packages to the various organizations within the utility may add days or weeks to the entire process. It is critical that underground utilities fully automate the ‘as-built’ documentation process. Locusview has developed systems and processes to meet this critical need and we will discuss the steps required to improve the ‘as-builting’ process.

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