Partition & Stakeout app released

Direction Cut

Direction Cut

“Partition & Stakeout” is an app for iPad, iPhone and iPod touch that provides the functionality of the Partition – Distance – Area app plus the functionality of the Stakeout iCMT app. You can use it to precisely digitize a timber tract, a land parcel, a campus or any other real property and divide it into sub-areas. If your device has GPS capability, you may record the GPS location as a Point, or pick the GPS location as a node for the Line or Area you are creating. You may also let the Stakeout functions in this app help you approach a point or move along a line or area boundary in the field.

You can work with one or more jobs. The job data can be exported to DXF, and the coordinates and drawing can be output to PDF.

Detailed Function List:

* Precisely digitize Points, Lines and Areas over the built-in Map.
* Sub-divide an Area by Direction Cut, Hinge Cut or a digitized Split-Line.
* Use Point Stakeout and GPS to locate a point or a node on a line.
* Use Line Stakeout and GPS to locate a line.
* View position, length and area values for the Features.
* Label the Lines with segment lengths and directions as well as corner angles.
* Label the Areas with size in acres and square feet or hectares and square meters.
* Measure distances and areas without saving the shapes.
* Move existing nodes to fine-tune the map drawing.
* Create a Point from entered coordinates.
* Create a Point or record a node by picking the GPS location.
* Save the job data file for later use.
* Export Feature data to DXF.
* Output the drawing and the coordinates to PDF.
* Email the job data files and the PDF files to your colleagues.

Partition & Stakeout is now available at the Apple App Store.

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