About

Corvallis Microtechnology, Inc. designs and supplies powerful application software for use in navigation, GPS/GIS data collection, airborne inspection & inventory, land management, timber cruising, natural resources management, land surveying, utility management, and other professional fields.

Our user-friendly application software reflects our willingness to listen to our customers as well as our commitment to provide useful tools that are easy to learn.  We strive to help our customers get their jobs done in the most effective and economical way.

With over twenty years of experience in developing software on various platforms for diverse fields of application, we are uniquely poised to help you materialize a specific company-wide application. Often, this simply involves enhancing and customizing one of  our existing software products for your needs. Please direct your inquiry to: support@cmtinc.com.

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8 Responses to About

  1. jim says:

    When was your company formed?

    • cmtinc says:

      In 1984. We started out making control and measurement devices and memory modules for use with the HP-41C, HP-71B and HP-75D advanced calculators. Then we designed and manufactured the MC-II and MC-V handheld data collectors that are widely used in land surveying, forestry, natural resource management and utility data collection. Around 1990, the U.S. Department of Defense opened the GPS technology to the civilian markets, and we announced the MC-GPS, a truly integrated one-piece handheld GPS data collector and its companion PC-GPS mapping software. Although these and our other older model data collectors are being replaced by the modern PDAs and Smartphones, the fact that many of our customers still cling to their trusted old units is living proof of the durability of our hardware products and the usefulness of our software programs. Our current focus is on continuing our GPS GIS data collection and mapping software development and taking it to a new market such as that offered by the Apple iOS platform.

  2. jr says:

    Where is your company based?

  3. DS says:

    Does your product integrate with ArcGIS or ArcMap from ESRI?
    Our company installs drainage tile into fields and we are looking for a way to remotely collect GPS data in the field from an iPhone. If your app can do that is it easily exportable to ArcMap so that I can create a map of the field?

    • cmtinc says:

      We have two apps that will let you do GPS/GIS data collection on the iPhone.
      iGPSGIS II is an iPhone app, while iCMTGIS III will work on both the iPhone and the iPad (with GPS option).
      Both iGPSGIS II and iCMTGIS III provide Shapefile import/export functions.
      You can export the collected data to Shapefiles and open the Shapefiles in ArcMap.
      We also have a PC mapping software named PC-GIS that will let you create and print out a map of the field.

  4. Stan says:

    Hello, can you tell me if your Stakeout iCMT map will allow me to create a straight line using two way points using GPS coordinates from a property plate and then navigate to certain points on the line? I own a piece of steep mountain property and wish to mark two cornerstones in the app and then be able to walk to the line generated and place markers in along the line. Since the property is so steep I can not walk a horizontal straight line along the mountain, I need to be able to hike the mountain at certain vertical points then place stakes every 100 or 200 feet along the line.

    • cmtinc says:

      Hello Stan,

      Yes, the Line Stakeout function provided in Stakeout iCMT will allow you to create a straight line between two known GPS points and help you place stakes along the line. The accuracy will depend on the GPS receiver used. If your GPS is not accurate, then the position of your stakes will be off. We are sending you a copy of the Help document for this app via email. Please let us know if you have additional questions.

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