Can iCMTGIS PRO record GPS quality indicators?

“The things that I need to do are:
1- Getting a report from the data collected by IcmtGisPro which will give me information about the quality of the gps collected points. Data like the time the point was collected, what was the number of GPS reading (average) that made the point (for example, 10x our 20x or 1x), what was the precision of the position when the point was collected, maybe the number of satellite available at recording time of the point. I am looking for information about the quality and the precision of each recorded points.
2- I need to create a list of coordinate (csv file) so I can import the points into my cogo-cad software. Something like this format: point_name, northing, easting, elevation, description
3- I need to be able to upload points (list of coordinates with the above format or something similar) into IcmtGisPro for staking or finding purpose.”

You can accomplish all of the tasks you mentioned by using iCMTGIS PRO.
The thing to note is that iCMTGIS PRO will let you add a number of built-in Attributes to your Feature Topics. To see the built-in Attributes, first select an existing Feature Topic (such as the Topic for the GPS points you have collected). Then, tap on the Topic Menu icon and select Edit Topic. Tap on the Add button near the bottom then tap on the drop-down menu for Name1. These are the built-in Attributes. You can add one of more of them to your Topic and they corresponding values will display in Sheet View and also be available for exporting.

1. Please use the method described above to add the desired built-in Attributes for indicating quality.

2. Please use the method described above to add the desired built-in Attributes for the X, Y, Z positions.

3. On the Topic Menu is an Import Text File item. Currently, you can import a text file with file name ending in .txt. (You can make a copy of your existing comma-delimited .csv files and rename them with .txt). In the next update of iCMTGIS PRO, you will also be able to select text files ending in .csv.

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