Is your app compatible with TruePulse/LTI range finders for laser offset mapping?

“We are using your App, please advise whether the application is compatible with TruPulse / LTI range finders for laser offset mapping?”

1. Our iOS apps do not provide direct interface with a laser range finder. (Our FieldCE GIS and FieldCE SURVEY for use on Windows Mobile PDAs do provide this interface.) However, the iGPSGIS II, iCMTGIS II, iCMTGIS III, iCMTGIS PRO, Forester GPS GIS II/III and Farming GPS GIS II/III and Utility Data Collection apps provide the ability to manually enter the offset data from the laser.

Under GPS – Collect there is a Traverse button.
You start from a known point as reference, specify an existing Point Topic, then, when you tap the Store button, you will see the data input fields for Slope Distance, Bearing (or Azimuth) and Slope Angle. After entering the data, tap on OK to store the point.
Tap Store again to traverse from the point you’ve just created to the next point.

To switch back to doing GPS data collection, tap the GPS button.

2. In the Feature Properties screen there is a No Offset button. You can use this function to enter the offset information for a Feature. Then the button will change to With Offset. (If the selected point is a Traverse point, the button is displayed as Traverse. You can use it to view/edit the existing information.)

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