TAG: National Spatial Reference System

Surveyors’ coordinate systems for 2022 and beyond

May 3, 2017By

Time. Ask anyone what time means to them, and they will give you a different answer. Benjamin Franklin famously stated that ‚Äútime is money.” Time for the surveyor can mean being out in the field retracing a boundary, drafting a plat or working with a client to help them see their goals achieved. Just like any other profession, time can... read more

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Research Online: GPS UTC anomaly, spatial reference system access

April 26, 2017By

Impact of January 2016 GPS UTC Anomaly By Charles Curry / Presented at ION ITM, January 2017 On Jan. 26, 2016 alarms occurred on GPS timing receivers around the globe. This article tells the story as experienced by the Chronos support team over a four-day period, dealing with nearly 5,000 alarm events from many different GPS timing receivers worldwide. It... read more

Leica Geosystems SmartNet Adjusted to National Spatial Reference System

October 19, 2012By

On September 29, North America’s largest real-time GNSS network, Leica Geosystems’ SmartNet, became the first network to adopt the draft NGS RTN Guidelines across multiple states, and can now provide an accurate tie to the new NAD83 (NA2011) National Spatial Reference System. For the first time, SmartNet users throughout the U.S. are working within a common frame of reference. The... read more

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