Thales Navigation, developer and manufacturers of positioning, navigation and guidance equipment in US, introduced a post processing differential correction option that delivers sub-meter accuracy to it MobileMapper handheld GPS-based GIS data collector.
The new post-processing differential correction software is able to deliver 50 cm accuracy on baselines up to 50 km, using an external antenna, and 70 cm accuracy on the same baseline up to 50 km using the internal antenna.
MobileMapper, according to the company’s release, is an ideal hardware and software solution for businesses that want an easy-to-use, cost-efficient and reliable GIS solution for their mobile work force. It enables an organization to equip and train a large number of field personnel to acquire and update data and attributes in the field.
MobileMapper is designed to handle a wide range of mobile GIS and mapping applications for the field workforce within local government, utilities, telecommunications, natural resources and a host of other industries and organizations where management and mapping of field assets is desired.