The Trimble GEDO IMS system, consisting of a track survey trolley Trimble GEDO CE 2.0 and a high precise IMU (inertial measurement unit), is the basis for running an efficient track survey and asset data collection. Additional components and sensors can be added to the system to enable the usage of further applications and to guarantee the best performance.
Short initialization time allows rapid on-site use
Continuous high-resolution data collection for flexible analysis
Internal quality control within the measurement process on site
Simple and self-contained trolley captures track position, gauge and cant in a single operation
Measure long portions of track without disruption to normal traffic
Flexible combination with additional sensors fitting to the application for best performance
Testing Cm positions in three challenging scenarios!
How does the new Trimble Catalyst DA2 receiver measure up against the DA1?
What better way to find out than by putting the DA2 into the hands of experienced Catalyst user and advocate of the DA1 system, Andrew Stephenson of Morrison Water Services Read More
Trimble technology and the Geospatial Commission’s NUAR map project
The recent appointment of Atkins by the Government’s Geospatial Commission is the start of a build operation which will run for three years. Here at KOREC we’re looking forward to the start of this process and of course can’t help but suggest three technologies that could really help the field data capture! Read More
We couldn’t possibly finish our celebration of Black History Month without discussing Katherine Johnson, who along with Dorothy Vaughan and Mary Jackson was the inspiration behind the best-selling book and 2016 film ‘Hidden Figures’. Read More