Repeat every month on theThird Tuesday until 21/10/2021
A three-day course covering a typical topographic land survey data processing workflow within Trimble Business Center.
Those attending this course will learn how to bring a variety of survey data into TBC, check the raw data and process it. Bowditch and least-squares traverse adjustment is covered for the creation of control points. GNSS baseline processing for the creation of precise coordinates for Static GNSS observations.
Survey data are draughted and tidied up using the CAD and text editing functionality within TBC. Surfaces are created and volumes computed. Contours generated. Data is also extracted from CAD drawings for export to use for setting out on site. The completed survey drawings are placed onto a plot sheet and exported to CAD.
This course is suitable for anybody who wishes to take an initial entry level course to learn and practice a typical topographical land survey workflow from the field tasks to producing a survey drawing.
Very well delivered, informative course, useful content.
Richard answered all of my questions I had about TBC and took time and effort to look further into how previous functions of Terramodel could be used in TBC to keep things consistent with previous knowledge of Terramodel. Overall I was very happy with the training received.
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