Trade-in and save on the latest Trimble Geo 7X

Now is a great time to upgrade to the latest Trimble Geo 7X and change the way you collect data forever. For a limited time, Trade-in any Trimble GeoExplorer Geo6000 series handheld and upgrade to the latest Trimble hardware and software.

The Trimble Geo 7X is ready for anything and is stacked full of new features to help you improve how you collect data in the field. Here are only some of the reasons why you should upgrade to the Trimble Geo 7X:

  • Multiple GNSS constellation tracking: The Trimble Geo 7X’s Maxwell 6 chipset gives you access to the GPS, GLONASS, Galileo, BeiDou and QZSS constellations – so gone are the days where you have to wait for satellites. The Trimble Geo 7X works where you work.
  • Trimble Floodlight: Use Trimble ‘s latest satellite shadow reduction technology to keep you working in heavy overhead cover, such as trees and buildings that obstruct GNSS satellite reception. Now you can work with fewer disruptions and obtain high quality data faster whilst improving your field workers productivity.
  • Trimble Flightwave: When capturing data is too dangerous or time consuming use the Trimble Geo 7X’s laser rangefinder to capture remote features quickly and safely. Simply log a position and then point and shoot to capture any feature up to 120m away. Alternatively, use Trimble Flightwave to measure the height of a pole or the distance between to two points and let the Trimble TerraSync software do the rest!

To learn more about the Trimble Geo 7X, visit the Trimble website.

Trade-in any GeoExplorer Geo6000 device between now and June 30th and receive up to $2,000 (NZ) towards a new Trimble Geo 7X.

There is no better time than now to upgrade to the latest Trimble technology and I’m confident that you’ll be amazed at the results.

Contact Chris Blazkow if you have any questions regarding the Trimble Geo 7X or if you would like a proposal.

In-depth look into Trimble Business Center (TBC)

Surveyors have always used cutting-edge technology. Now that field notes have been replaced by controllers and most of the work is being done in software packages it only makes sense they this software is also cutting edge.

Trimble Business Center (TBC) provides you with the capability to efficiently edit, process, and adjust geospatial data and create deliverables with confidence and is still evolving.

Geospatial Applications Engineer, Chris Power, gives us an in-depth look into TBC in the video below.

Why it’s important to keep up to date

It might seem like a big, time consuming pain, but keeping your software and firmware up to date is actually quite important. Using the latest versions can save you time and keep you at the top of the game.

Avoid known issues

As more users start using a new piece of software or firmware in different situations bugs and glitches can appear. The software or firmware is the continually improved with version upgrades. If you do not upgrade your version you leave yourself open to know bugs or glitches, costing you time.

Missing out on advancements

Software and firmware is continually being improved by the developer and shared through version upgrades. If you don’t have the latest software or firmware you will be missing out on the latest features and advances. This could mean you can’t provide the same services as someone on the latest version.

 

Trimble provide plans that make it easy for you to keep your software and firmware up to date. Trimble Protected plans that can cover your hardware as well.

You can find links to the latest Trimble software and firmware on our website, and we regularly post articles detailing the latest upgrades.

If you would like further information on any of these version upgrades, please contact your local AllTerra 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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Trimble Version Upgrades

Having the latest version means you have the software’s latest features and advances. That’s why we’re bringing you Trimble’s latest updates.

UASMaster v7.1.2 available

20160803-uasmastersTrimble have announced that a new version of one of Trimble’s UAS processing software solutions, UASMaster, has been released.

UASMaster v7.1.2 provides minor enhancements that improve processing stability and performance. The patch also includes language updates.

Download the upgrade.

uav-250x150Aerial Imaging v2.2.2

This new version supports the Sony a6000 camera for the ZX5 aerial imaging rover. It also resolves some know issues, including the failure of large .gwt files to import and the issue with memory leaks.

The firmware now handles low battery voltages more accurately. While this improvement increases safety it has decreased flying time.

20160803-mx7-115x115New Version of Trimble MX7

Trimble have announced that a new version of the Trimble MX7 Mobile Imaging System is now available. Updates to the system include changes to the sensor head, roof rack, height rise accessory, and TMI software.

Trimble TerraSync Software v5.86

The new version of Trimble TerraSync field software is a maintenance release which contains fixes for a number of support issues. This includes two Trimble R2 GNSS receiver issues: being able to log base files and an issue which could cause current estimated accuracy to
20160803-terrasyncspike when starting a new feature while the R2 was receiving RTC corrections.

Trimble GPS Pathfinder Office Software v5.85

Version 5.85 for the Trimble GPS Pathfinder Office Software is a maintenance release. This upgrade includes improvements to the way code postprocessed estimated accuracies are calculated for the Trimble Geo 7X handheld. This generally means lower accuracy estimations which more closely match the actual error of the postprocessed positions. The software now supports world files (.wld) with comma separated decimals.

20160803-tridentscreenTrimble Trident v7.3.1

The upgrade to Trimble Trident, version 7.3.1, includes a range of bug fixes and improvements. The new version will be available next week for customers with a valid Trimble Trident maintenance contract.

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