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EQUIPMENTS – PLUMB SURVEYING

EQUIPMENTS

By combining leading-edge technology with a deep understanding of surveyors’ workflows, data integration and maintenance, Plumb carry a wide variety of surveying equipment to serve our clients in Best was possible.

Plumb maintain a strong relation with the major surveying equipment's providers, using a variety of brands to be able to serve our clients needs.

GPS

GPS satellites circle the earth twice a day in a very precise orbit and transmit signal information to earth. GPS receivers take this information and use triangulation to calculate the user's exact location. Essentially, the GPS receiver compares the time a signal was transmitted by a satellite with the time it was received. The time difference tells the GPS receiver how far away the satellite is. Now, with distance measurements from a few more satellites, the receiver can determine the user's position and display it on the unit's electronic map.

A GPS receiver must be locked on to the signal of at least three satellites to calculate a 2D position (latitude and longitude) and track movement. With four or more satellites in view, the receiver can determine the user's 3D position (latitude, longitude and altitude). Once the user's position has been determined, the GPS unit can calculate other information, such as speed, bearing, track, trip distance, distance to destination, sunrise and sunset time and more.

Leica Viva GS14
Sokkia GRX2
Trimble R9
Leica 1200
CHCNAV I80
CHCNAV I50

Drones

These instruments exhibit a high level of accuracy and performance in surveying object points and lines. In contrast to these traditional surveying methods, photographic applications are used to create and update maps or ortho-images, especially for larger areas. Conventional airborne images, however, are limited in their use for cadastral surveying, mainly because of the high flight altitude, the resulting image resolution and the high expenses.

The rapid development of robotic systems over the last few years allowed for the use of unmanned aerial vehicles as a photogrammetric data acquisition platform. These autonomously flying UAV systems are usually equipped with different sensors for navigation, positioning, and mapping such as still-video cameras, LiDAR systems and others.

EBEE Plus
DGI
CHCNAV

3D Scanner

A 3D laser scanner is an advanced type of survey/measurement instrument that is used to remotely measure surface geometry of sites and structures with extraordinary completeness, accuracy and speed. Unlike traditional surveying tools that are used to record certain, selected points manually within a scene, a 3D laser scanner automatically "blankets" the scene with hundreds of thousands or even millions of closely spaced point measurements. We provide services that enable customers to capture any objects and scenes from the real world and to produce 3D models accurately, quickly, easily, and economically.

Leica
TopCon
FARO

Mobile Scanner

A 3D laser scanner is an advanced type of survey/measurement instrument that is used to remotely measure surface geometry of sites and structures with extraordinary completeness, accuracy and speed. Unlike traditional surveying tools that are used to record certain, selected points manually within a scene, a 3D laser scanner automatically "blankets" the scene with hundreds of thousands or even millions of closely spaced point measurements. We provide services that enable customers to capture any objects and scenes from the real world and to produce 3D models accurately, quickly, easily, and economically.

CHC NAV

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GPR

GPR sees widespread use for locating buried pipes and cables. The unique ability of GPR to detect non-metallic as well as metallic structures provides a distinctive locating capability. GPR can be deployed in simple 'locate and mark' mode for rapid on-site solutions. Whether carrying out Subsurface Utility Engineering (SUE) or controlling excavation in complex areas, GPR 'surveying and mapping' provides unmatched capability for defining subsurface infrastructure.

Radiodetection RD1000
Proceq
Radiodetection RD8100

Bathymertric

Plumb conducts hydrographic surveys utilizing many different specialized equipment. From sonars to tide stations, each piece of equipment fill a special role in producing accurate nautical charts to keep the mariner safe.

CHCNAV Apache 5
EdgeTech 4125
EdgeTech 3100
Magnetometer G882

Total Station

A Total Station is a modern surveying instrument that integrates an electronic theodolite with an electronic distance meter.
A theodolite uses a movable telescope to measure angles in both the horizontal and vertical planes. Traditionally they are manual instruments that come in two types – transit, which rotates in a full circle in the vertical plane, and non-transit, rotating in a half-circle.

Total Stations use electronic transit theodolites in conjunction with a distance meter to read any slope distance from the instrument to any particular spot. They are hence two essential surveying instruments in one and when used with other technology such as mapping software are able to deliver the ‘total’ surveying package, from measuring to mapping.

lEICA 1205
SOKKIA GRX
CHCNAV CTS - 112R4

Leveling

Digital leveling system is an instrument used to establish or check points in the same horizontal plane. It is used in surveying and building with a vertical staff to measure height differences and so transfer, measure and set heights.

Leica NA3244
Sokkia VL32
TopCon