Out now is our double summer issue of Mensura!
- Three new case studies
- GEO Business round-up
- Want one of our SX10 models? – Five left!
- Apply for KOREC Customer Experiences
- New releases from Trimble and Parrot
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It’s the final issue of Mensura for 2018 which means we’ve featured some great new releases from Intergeo and also a case study that’s a bit different. This one looks at why service and support are vital elements in any purchasing decision concerning technical equipment.
Issue 20 covers:
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It’s been a busy first half of the year for KOREC and so much has happened that we’ve published an extra issue of Mensura this year. Welcome to the July newsletter!
Key topics include:
Case study – ‘Business in a box’
KOREC support – why we’ve upped the game
Introducing our new Trimble MX9 Mobile Mapping system (right)
Product news – the TSC7
…and much much more.
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The latest issue of Mensura is now available to download here.
Mensura is KOREC’s quarterly geospatial newsletter packed full of news, new releases, training tips, case studies and competitions. If you’d like to receive a printed copy, please drop us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org and we’ll add you to our Mensura mailing list.
Welcome to the first issue in 2018 of our geospatial newsletter, Mensura. Our front page story features an open letter from KOREC Group CEO, Alan Browne, on the worrying problem of instrument theft. This is a topic that we will be revisiting throughout the year so please do keep us updated on any thoughts you have on the subject.
This issue also takes a look at some of the ‘value added’ benefits of being a KOREC customer. Look out for details on Trimble Dimensions and trips to Trimble’s SX10 factory in Stockholm. We’ll be inviting lucky customers as KOREC guests to both events.
Finally, our case study focuses on Enviroflow Management’s digital capture of gully data on behalf of its client, Calderdale Council using KOREC’s K-Mobile data capture and handling software
The latest issue of our geospatial newsletter, Mensura, is out now. This issue’s features include:
Case study – tackling time constraints with the SX10
L2P – fighting instrument theft the recommended way
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We’re delighted to announce that the latest issue of Mensura, KOREC’s geospatial newsletter, is now available for download here.
This issue is our last one before GEO Business 2017 so don’t forget to visit the KOREC and Trimble stands on either the 23rd or 24th May at London’s Business Design Centre. We’ll have all the latest developments on show including the Trimble SX10 and Trimble Catalyst – full details on these exciting technologies in Mensura!
This issue includes:
The latest issue of KOREC’s geospatial newsletter, Mensura, is available for download now.
Key stories in our Spring publication include:
■ Win a free trip to Trimble Dimensions 2016!
■ KOREC reports – why we need 440 GNSS channels
■ Case study – Taking BIM to the construction site
■ TIMMS – Introducing Trimble’s indoor mobile mapping system
■ K-Mobile update
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One of our most liked LinkedIn posts has been one on Trimble FSO, a technology also featured in our Autumn 2015 issue of Mensura.
FSO is technology that uses laser beams via a line of sight optical bandwidth connection to transfer data, video or voice communications across areas ranging typically from 100m to a few kilometres.
Using Free Space Optics wireless networks eliminates the need to secure licensing found with RF signal solutions and also the expensive costs of laying fibre optic cable; principally the concept of transferring data via light is the same as with fibre optics just through a different medium.
Ideal applications would be:
• Temporary installations such as construction sites or special media events
• Rural Access/extensions across waterways, rugged terrain, railways etc
• Hazarous areas such as fuel storage depots or oil rigs
Trimble FSO allows you to connect disconnected sites and transfer video voice and data at the speed of light with more freedom than ever before. Key benefits include license-free operation, high bandwidth from 2Mbps up to 1Gbps, high data security, no interference issues and rapid deployment ideal for temporary installations or disaster recovery.
Contact your KOREC sales consultant for further details on how to connect the disconnected site.
The latest issue of KOREC’s geospatial newsletter, Mensura, is available for download now. Key stories in our Autumn publication include:
How to improve site comms
Case study – reflective thinking
KOREC KNOW HOW Technology Days
Feature focus – Trimble Geo7 laser range finder
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The latest issue of KOREC’s geospatial newsletter, Mensura, is available for download now with print copies landing soon.
This issue features a special supplement that covers the 15+ new ‘Time to do More’ Trimble releases and a product focus on Locate2Protect technology. This technology enables Trimble instrument owners to see where their equipment is at any given time and receive alerts if an instrument leaves the site or experiences unexpected equipment shock or abuse.
Finally there’s also a look at the Trimble R1 and a case study on tree mapping for risk assessment surveys using a Trimble Geo7 plus all the usual hints and tips and software updates.
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The latest issue of KOREC’s geospatial newsletter, Mensura, is now available for download here.
This issue features the launch of Trimble’s R1 ‘pocket’ GNSS for use with smartphones and tablets, a product focus on eCognition Essentials, a review of the TX8 camera kit and Academy Geomatics tell us why they switched to Trimble.
Just published, our 5th issue of the KOREC geospatial newsletter, Mensura. The Autumn 2014 release features a Skanska case study looking at their use of the Trimble R10 on a major road job, a Trimble S3 robotic total station product focus, the latest K-Mobile updates and of course all the usual news, technical tips and software updates. Register for a hardcopy here
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The spring issue of our geospatial newsletter, Mensura, is now available for viewing online.
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This issue features our new K-Mobile software, a case study on laser scanning and using Trimble RealWorks software amongst our usual news, opinions and technical tips.
Most of you will have been used to receiving Synchronise or Sub-Dio, the surveying and mapping newsletters from KOREC. Our first issue of Mensura starts the KOREC transition from survey and mapping to geospatial.
For Trimble, it apparently all started with the US Army corps of Engineers. They informed Trimble that they don’t have surveyors and mappers – they have ‘people’ that today will use RTK accuracy equipment to measure positions to cm level and tomorrow, use a hand held GNSS receiver for a sub metre positioning task. This prompted the development from surveying and mapping to geospatial. But for Trimble, the term geospatial not only embraces these more traditional measuring roles but also includes the emerging ‘imaging’ and ‘scanning’ technologies and this will be reflected in Mensura.