Leica Geosystems Releases Leica MobileMatriX

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<p><strong>Norcross, Ga. &mdash; Aug. 29</strong><br />Leica MobileMatriX is the multisensor GIS solution from Leica Geosystems for capturing highly accurate GIS data directly in the field. </p><p>The new Leica MobileMatriX Version 2.1 not only has the ability to log GNSS raw data but also supports an easy way to post-process the data with Leica GeoOffice.<br /><br />Leica MobileMatriX is a Windows-based field solution for the interactive processing, visualization and maintenance of feature/survey data. </p><p>It directly integrates survey related data collection and processing functionality into ArcGIS. </p><p>In its new Version 2.1, Leica MobileMatriX is able to log GNSS raw data. From the office, the user can post-process the data with Leica GeoOffice Surveying and Engineering Software and re-import the post-processed points back into Leica MobileMatriX. </p><p>Updating the feature vertices to their accurate locations has never been this easy.<br /><br />Why post-processing GNSS raw data in the office?<br />Real-time corrections for GNSS (RTK GNSS) provide major advantages on navigation and stake-out, the verification of spatial data directly in the field and effective data collection. </p><p>But there are places in the world that don&#39;t have reliable real-time services, and in those regions, the user requires better accuracy than can be achieved from navigated solutions alone. </p><p>Further, not all field data collection tasks require data to be collected using RTK GNSS. Post-processing techniques are often essential to ensure that a feature&#39;s position can be defined to the required accuracy level. </p><p>For example, a stormwater mapping project may require all data to have centimeter-level accuracy, but it might not be possible to have centimeter-level accuracy in RTK all the time.<br /><br />By using raw data logging and post-processing techniques back in the office, field crews can focus on efficiently mapping as many structures as possible, without being concerned with real-time connections and accuracy results. </p><p>Post-processing in the office will provide the required high levels of positional accuracy needed. </p><p>Additionally, post-processing allows to reprocess GNSS raw data several times. If post-processing the first time doesn&#39;t provide the expected results, the user has the ability to reprocess until the required level of accuracy is achieved.</p>

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