The Ultimate Land Survey Machine

We do all these behind the scene for your peace of mind and confidence

RTK Verification, Phase-1

This graph shows the horizontal and vertical RTK epochs of Phase-1 along with their statistics. Each epoch is the average of six RTK engines.
RTK Verification, Phase-2

In Phase-2 the best ambiguity solution is selected and RTK is continued with the best ambiguity selection.

Phase-1 horizontal and vertical solution of each engine for each epoch.
Horizontal and vertical view of each engine in Phase-2. At the end of the process, all engines are reset once more to ensure correct ambiguity resolution.

Expanded view of the vertical solution of each engine. Vertical red lines show the instants in which each engine has been reset and ambiguity solutions recalculated.
Similar expanded view of the vertical solutions in Phase-1 and Phase-2.
  We have planted 19 mag nails, close together, from 16d common nails to 2-3/4 inch Mag Spikes from ChrisNik, in an 18 x 12 feet land in front of our San Jose headquarters.

The site has a great deal of ambient noise from a nearby freeway and construction work.
  The initial Mag View focuses only on the mag object with the highest mag value.

The audio and graphical bar on the right side show the magnitude of the magnetic object.

In “Setup” you can select the cell size and the size of the field you want to scan.
  2D view of the field shows the magnetic objects that have been scanned.

Zooming the 2D screen can show the shape of the magnetic objects under the ground.
  The top two graphs show the 3D view of the magnetic objects in the field. The following four screens show the digitized version of the 2D view. The mag data collected can be saved and recalled for further viewing and documentation. The “List” button lists the magnetic objects detected and their characteristics. Zoom button shows details of the selected object. Guide button will guide to the selected item.
  When zoomed to any selected point, the characteristics of the cells around the peak are shown. Squares show the positive and circles the negative cells. Cell sizes are programmable. Similar to the MRI used by doctors!
  Horizontal and vertical magnetic vectors show the instantaneous vectors from the current position to the mag point.

Below graphs show the Time View of the mag values of the two sensors and their difference as scanning is in progress. Clicking on any graph shows its expanded view.

Field View

When you scan a large area, you can save all possible peak points, view them on the map and select the point with the highest peak to dig.

When you save a point, you can also save all the raw Mag sensor data for future view and documentation.

Work Flow

We have not only integrated a sophisticated magnetic locator in the TRIUMPH-LS, but we have also streamlined the whole process. First, the “Stakeout” screen will guide you towards the target.
Then the “Mag” screen locates your underground target and determines its coordinates. You can also save this point.
And finally in the “Collect” screen, you can survey the target point which you have dug up and exposed. This is also the time to use the built in camera of the TRIUMPH-LS to photograph and fully document the evidence which you have recovered.

We have shown many J-Tip internal details to show the sophistication embedded in it. Its operation is much easier than conventional magnetic locators.