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NEI Geo7X Webinar Questions & Answers

Geo7X Webinar Questions & Answers NEI hosted a webinar this past summer pertaining to the new Trimble Geo7X.  The webinar was a very detailed overview of the Geo7X.  Several great questions were asked during the Geo7X Webinar, so we have detailed these Questions & Answers below: Q.  What antennas are compatible with the Geo7X? A.

New Trimble Survey GNSS Firmware Version 4.90 Update

New Trimble Survey GNSS Firmware Version 4.90 Update This firmware version includes improvements to the survey receiver firmware. For best results users should upgrade to Trimble Access version 2014.12 or later. Supported GNSS receivers: if you have any Trimble R10, R10 LT, R8 models 4 & 3, R6 models 4 & 3, R4 models 3

PDH/GISP-Eligible Geospatial Training Workshops – Norcross, GA

  Nei is excited to offer 4 new Advanced Geospatial Training Workshops in our Norcross, GA office that will be instructed by our award winning Trimble Certified Trainer.   Come join us for these specialized technical workshops focusing on Trimble’s TerraSync and GPS Pathfinder Office software, and you will leave being more productive using streamlined workflows

Special note on July 1, 2015 leap second

Trimble has made every effort to ensure our receivers will work seamlessly through the addition of one leap second on July 1, 2015. Our current firmware fully supports the introduction of a leap second on July 1, 2015.

Trimble Catalyst

High Accuracy Positions on Your Device – Trimble Catalyst Collect accurate data faster and easier by simply plugging the Trimble® Catalyst™ DA1 antenna into your Android™ tablet or smartphone. Select the subscription that matches your accuracy needs and choose the applications that meet the needs of your workflow. Trimble Corrections Hub Trimble Corrections Hub offers

Trimble Dimensions 2014 – Save the date!

Trimble has released the dates for the 2014 Trimble Dimensions Conference, which will be held Novelber 3-5th, 2014, at the Mirage Hotels and Events Center in Las Vegas, NV. Trimble Dimensions is an educational and networking opportunity for professionals wishing to stay ahead of the curve on all different kinds of technologies and products under

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Trimble Geo 7X Webinar

Introducing the Trimble Geo 7X Date: May 15th, 2014 | Start: 2:00 PM | End: 3:00 PM | CST Trimble Certified Instructor: Eric Bock This one-hour webinar will cover hardware and feature overviews, power and resets, calibrations, customizing the operating system, connecting to mobile device center, rangefinder, camera, loading software, resources and installation codes for the brand new Trimble Geo7X.   This

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Trimble GIS GNSS Firmware: Leap Second Introduction on 30 June, 2015

  The world’s clocks will be adjusted by one second on 30 June 2015 when a leap second will be inserted into Coordinated Universal Time (UTC), the standard international time scale. All UTC clocks should insert a second labeled 23h 59m 60s (the leap second) following one labeled 23h 59m 59s UTC. GLONASS uses UTC

Trimble MGIS April Newsletter

       In This Issue Trimble GPS Pathfinder ProXRT Receiver Back in Stock Updated Trimble Positions Software Suite What is Trimble Doing for Local Government? Geospatial Solutions in Action Trimble in the News: Signed Up For Success Trimble GPS Pathfinder Office Software: Exporting File Geodatabases for Esri ArcGIS version 10.1 Conferences & Exhibitions Contact

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Trimble Offers More Flexibility for Surveyors with Expanded GNSS Portfolio

Trimble Now Offers Continuous RTK Level Accuracy with  Enhancement to RTX-based Trimble xFill Technology BERLIN, Oct 7, 2014—Trimble (NASDAQ:TRMB) introduced today additions to its Global Navigation Satellite System (GNSS) portfolio—the Trimble® NetR9 Geospatial receiver; the Trimble Geo7X with Trimble Access™ field software onboard; and enhanced Trimble xFill™ functionality that provides continuous RTK level accuracy when

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Trimble releases RTX Correction Services for use with the Geo7X Handhelds

      Last week during the Trimble Dimension conference in Las Vegas, Trimble announced  that its RTX™ technology-based correction services will be available for the Trimble Geo7X handhelds.  Trimble RTX over cellular connection works worldwide and delivers real-time corrections without the need for a base station or VRS™ network. This removes the burden of infrastructure for

Trimble Survey GNSS Firmware Version 5.00 (March 2015)

Trimble Survey GNSS Firmware Version 5.00 (March 2015) Requirements This firmware version includes improvements to the Survey Receiver firmware. This requires a valid firmware support agreement of:  May 2014 or later for all support models NOTE: For best results, users should upgrade to Trimble Access 2014.20 or later when using Receiver Firmware version 5.00.

Trimble Survey GNSS Firmware Version 5.01 (April 2015)

This firmware version includes improvements to the Survey Receiver firmware.
NOTE: For best results, users should upgrade to Trimble Access 2014.20 or later when using Receiver Firmware version 5.01.

Trimble xFill

TRIMBLE R10 – TRIMBLE XFILL FACT SHEET One of the most important features of the R10 is the xFill, in this article we will discuss how xFill works. With Firm Ware 4.80 and newer, xFill needs a “Warm up” period prior to use. Also make sure to check the view of the sky in the Sky

Trimble’s R2 GNSS Receiver Enables Increased Flexibility for High-Accuracy Data Collection with Mobile Devices

Trimble introduced the R2 GNSS receiver, a receiver that works with Trimble® handheld devices and  iOS, Android or Window® mobile handhelds, smart phones and tablets using Bluetooth® or USB connectivity. When paired with a mobile device, the receiver adds professional-grade Global Navigation Satellite System (GNSS) capabilities to enable high-accuracy data collection. The rugged and simple-to-configure

WINDOWS MOBILE DEVICE CENTER CONNECTION ISSUES

Having problems connecting Your Trimble devices to Windows 10 computers? PC Operating System support of Windows Mobile Device Center Microsoft® ended support for Windows Mobile® Device Center (WMDC) in 2012; the latest Microsoft PC operating systems are not designed to be compatible with WMDC. WMDC may not work with the recently released Windows® 10 version