Positioning Resources Ltd has announced the introduction of Bluetooth GPS as an option with their PocketGIS Field Data Capture Software. Bluetooth is a short-range, low-power wireless communications technology that has been created as a replacement for the cables that connect mobile systems together.
At 5cm by 9cm the Bluetooth GPS Receiver is smaller than a PC mouse. This new and exciting Bluetooth GPS Receiver has a number of attributes, ranging from 12 Channel all-in-view tracking, Built-in Antenna (external antenna optional) and up to 8 hours operation time from the built-in rechargeable Li-ion battery. WAAS enabled, the Bluetooth GPS Receiver is capable of accuracies down to the 2 to 3 metre level.
The Bluetooth GPS Receiver, together with a compatible Compaq iPAQ, feeds into the innovative PocketGIS Field Data Capture Software, for handheld GIS mapping and feature attributing, complete from field to finish. PocketGIS provides an innovative, affordable and user friendly GIS product which offers an excellent means of field data capture – with data digitised in your hand. Together with the iPAQ, the Bluetooth GPS and PocketGIS make the ultimate partnership in field data capture.
Positioning Resources Ltd have been providing data capture solutions for both the public and private sectors for the past 19 years and can provide you with all the necessary equipment to make data capture as easy as possible. Positioning Resources also provide GPS systems to suit a variety of accuracy requirements as well as the latest in Laser Rangefinder hardware.