Wetland – Stakeout version 1.04 update (for iPad devices)

The Wetland – Stakeout version 1.0.4 has just been released.

This update adds the ability for the app to automatically populate the wetland Indicator field associated with the vegetation Species name that the user enters into the wetland data form. Instead of having to look up the Wetland Indicator Code each time the user enters the plant species, the user will prepare the plant lists in the proper format and import them once into the app. During data entry for a species in a stratum, the app will display the common name for the plant and automatically enter the Indicator Code. The app will also compute the result for certain fields in the wetland delineation data entry form.

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CMT iOS Apps updated for 64-bit architecture compatibility (3)

The following CMT iOS apps have been recompiled for the 64-bit architecture and are now available for download from the Apple App Store:

Stakeout iCMT 1.0.4
Farming GPS GIS II 1.0.2
Utility Data Collection 1.0.2

CMT iOS Apps updated for 64-bit architecture compatibility (1)

The following CMT iOS apps have been recompiled for the 64-bit architecture and are now available for download from the Apple App Store:

Deed Calls Pro 1.0.6
Contour – Volume – Stakeout 1.0.2
Deed Calls – Grid – Stakeout 1.0.2
Partition & Stakeout 1.0.3
Grid & Stakeout 1.0.3
Deed Calls – Area – Perimeter
Area – Distance 1.0.2

iOS 11 compatibility and saving data files

“I have received a msg pop up on Deed Calls Pro that says it will no longer work with iOS 11. There are no updates. How will I be able to protect and save my 200 plots? Are you working on a solution? Time is very short.”

We have recompiled a number of our apps (including the Deed Calls Pro) to work with the 64-bit architecture. Please check for the app update at the App Store.

To save your data files to your PC or Mac, first connect your iPad Pro to your PC or Mac via iTunes. In iTunes select your iPad Pro device then go to the File Sharing section. Please see the file transfer details at the following link:

https://icmtgis.wordpress.com/2014/04/21/how-to-transfer-data-files-between-an-ios-app-and-a-desk-top-computer/

Copy ALL the files to your PC or Mac.

After the iOS 11 and app update, connect your iPad Pro to your PC or Mac via iTunes and copy the files from your PC or Mac to the Deed Calls Pro app.

iCMTGIS PRO updated to display geoid model used

iCMTGIS PRO is able to make use of the NGS geoid separation .bin files for converting ellipsoidal height to MSL elevation. If you are using PC-GIS, PC-GPS or PC-MAPPER, the geoid files are named *.g1 and stored in the respective program folder.

To employ a .bin or .g1 geoid file, please copy it to the documents folder for iCMTGIS PRO. Close the app then reopen the app.

In the new version 1.0.6 of iCMTGIS PRO, when you call up the Coordinate System Information screen, the app will display information about the Geoid Model used for the current location.

iCMTGIS PRO version 1.0.5 update to be ignored

iCMTGIS PRO release 1.0.5 is supposed to be able to display the (*.bin) or (*.g1) geoid separation file used for computing MSL. However, due to oversight, this capability was not included in release 1.0.5.

Please ignore the version 1.0.5 update notification and wait for version 1.0.6 to update your iCMTGIS PRO.

 

iCMTGIS PRO updated to version 1.0.4

In version 1.0.4 of iCMTGIS PRO we added a couple additional datum selections: WGS84(1674)/ITRF08 and NAD83(2011).

We have added the Epoch field to the screen that prompts you to specify the datum and coordinate system when you re-import Feature data previously exported in Excel or DXF format.

We have updated the information provided in the section titled “Set up Job & Import Feature Data” in the Help document available on the Main Menu. In particular, please read the subsections titled “Setup Coordinate System” and “Set up GPS“.