Trimble Access Aerial Imaging v 2.2.6 released for use

The issues regarding Trimble Access Aerial Imaging version 2.2.6 have been corrected and after thorough testing, this release is now available.

We recommend all customers of the Trimble UX5 systems to upgrade to this latest version.

Trimble Access Aerial Imaging v2.2.6 does not support the Trimble ZX5 multi-rotor system. ZX5 customers are required not to upgrade to version 2.2.6.

Details of this version can be found in the release notes and can be downloaded from the Trimble Access Installation Manager.

We apologise again for any inconveniences.

Upgrade to TBC – version 3.90 now available

Trimble have announced that Trimble Business Centre 3.90 is now available for download.

This version contains enhancements, as well as resolutions to known issues and is available for download now on the Trimble website.

Improvements in this version include

  • Extract a single point cloud region from multiple features
  • CAD creation commands in the Cutting Plane View
  • Line editing commands in the Cutting Plane View
  • Custom reporting enhancements
  • Point Comparison Report

This version is available to users whose current warranty expiration date is 1 May 2017 or later. In the TBC ribbon, select Support > License Manager to verify your warranty expiration date. If your warranty expires prior to this date and you proceed with the installation, licensed features will not be available. Contact your local AllTerra office to purchase a warranty extension.

Trimble Business Center version 3.82

Trimble have announced the release of Trimble Business Center (TBC) version 3.82.

This release includes two new features: Cutting Plane View and Plane Definition Manager. Working together these two features allow you to efficiently extract CAD data using user defined planes. They are especially useful in creating section views from non-horizontal objects like building facades and surfaces.

Find out more, and watch the video, on the Trimble Community or download TBC v3.82 from the Trimble website.

New version of Trimble Pivot available

Trimble has released a new version of the Trimble® Pivot™ Platform software, a modular solution for real-time GNSS infrastructure management, ranging from a single-base GNSS Continuously Operating Reference Station (CORS) to a full Real-Time Network (RTN), serving thousands of end-users worldwide.

Version 3.10 provides improvements to network performance and office and field productivity. The new features and capabilities include:

    • Galileo support: provides access to five GNSS constellations—GPS, GLONASS, BeiDou, QZSS and now Galileo—allowing end-users to expect improved positioning accuracy and fix performance due to the 50 percent increase of accessible satellites;
    • GPS L5 support: utilises all available L5 third-frequency GPS observations to enable end users to further improve field productivity;
    • Code Bias Calibration client and server improvements: provides a higher availability of network-modeled RTK corrections to allow field users to reduce dependency on station biases;
    • Sparse Network: supports Galileo and BeiDou. Sparse Network, a Trimble technology, enables RTN operators to achieve the benefits of a full network-processed GNSS constellation even if the network is not fully covered with multi-constellation CORS.
    • Dynamic Station Coordinates (DSC) module improvements: minimises the impact of erroneous reference station coordinates to improve system performance.

“Accessibility to the Galileo constellation and the addition of the L5 third-frequency observations in particular, makes the Pivot Platform significantly more versatile to improve functionality and performance for end users in the field,” said Mark Richter, director of marketing for Advanced Positioning Division at Trimble.

The Trimble Pivot Platform version 3.10 is now available. Customers with a valid software maintenance agreement receive the new version at no additional cost. For more information, visit http://www.trimble.com/rtn or contact your local office.

Start the year fresh – version upgrades

As we start a new year, it’s a great idea to check that your firmware and software are on the latest versions.

Out of date firmware and software leaves you open to known bugs, or glitches.

Up to date firmware and software also means you have the latest features and advances available.

 

Here are the latest updates from Trimble.

 

Trimble Business Center version 3.81

This new version includes updates for Feature Definition Manager, Traverse Adjustment, the new Create COGO workflows and NGS Download Protocol.

See the support note or download the new version.

 

Trimble Survey GNSS Firmware version 5.20

This upgrade includes fixes, enhancements and new features to the Survey Receiver Firmware.

More information and instructions on how to download receiver firmware files to your machine are in the Trimble release notes.

 

Trimble RealWorks version 10.2.2.467

Patch updates include Autodesk RCP Export, LandXML Export, Spatial Sampling, Auto-Classify and improved handling and display of storage tank courses. The Trimble RealWorks Viewer has also been updated to use Trimble Scan Explorer when TZF files are included in the project.

See the release notes, or download the patch by going to the Trimble RealWorks website and in the menu on the left selecting Product Resources, Support and Downloads and then Downloads in the pop-up box.

 

Geo 5T Handheld Firmware version 1.0.4.1

If you didn’t update your firmware before the leap second and are having problems, this upgrade may help.

See the release notes.


Or find the latest version on our website. It’s easy to stay up to date when you are Trimble Protected.

If you would like further information on any of these version upgrades, please contact your local AllTerra office.

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