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Found 13 results

  1. james@england.ac

    Haicom GPS HI-302CF CompactFlash

    THIS ADVERT HAS EXPIRED!

    • FOR SALE
    • USED

    Haicom GPS HI-302CF CompactFlash

    £20.00

  2. THIS ADVERT HAS EXPIRED!

    • FOR SALE
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    The Bad Elf GNSS Surveyor delivers high precision sub meter position to the iPad for use in survey, agriculture, marine, sports, and leisure uses. The GNSS Surveyor streams raw satellite data to applications, which can then implement their own algorithms to achieve precise positioning on the order of 4-20 cm via post processing. Bad Elf. Search the internet for Bad Elf GPS 3300 for further details. Features • High precision GNSS < 1m stationary out of the box with SBAS+PPP and 10-50 cm capable via app post processing • Differential GPS (DGPS) supported using RTCM correction messages from local reference stations or aiding network • 56 channel receiver supports GPS, GLONASS, and QZSS with SBAS (WAAS/EGNOS/MSAS) • GPS provides 2.5 meter accuracy while in motion; GLONASS provides 4 meter accuracy in motion • Sample rate configurable to 10Hz • View GPS + GLONASS status quickly with the backlit LCD. • All day battery life allows you to track for up to 35 hours. • Log up to 200 hours of trip position data direct on your Bad Elf GPS Pro+. • Access your data logs directly from any PC or Mac using the included USB cable. GPS appears just like a USB thumb drive. • USB connectivity to PC or Mac provides streaming data. • Obtain altitude from GPS and from the built-in barometer. • Quickly acquires satellite lock without cell tower assistance. Hot start time as quick as 1 second. • No internet connection or monthly subscription required. • IPX4 splash resistance makes this device eady for outdoors. Package contains: BE-GPS-3300 GNSS Surveyor device 3ft (90cm) Mini-USB cable for charging 12-24V DC vehicle USB charger Detachable Neck Lanyard User's Manual (downloadable PDF here) Compatibility: iOS, Android, Windows iPod touch 5th generation iPhone 5S, 5C, 5, 4S, iPhone 4, iPhone 3GS, & iPhone 3G iPad Air, iPad (3rd & 4th generations), iPad 2, iPad iPad mini with Retina display, iPad mini GPS Technical Specs: < 1 meter stationary accuracy with SBAS+PPP 2.5 meter accuracy while in motion 60,000ft / 18,000m maximum altitude 1000mph / 1,600kph maximum speed Up to 10Hz position update rate Fast GPS lock times (32 seconds or less) 56-channel GPSGLONASS/QZSS receiver RTCM support SBAS/WAAS/EGNOS/MSAS Barometer for barometric altitude Bright yellow enclosure to find easily outdoors Product Specs: Mini-USB port for charging and ElfPort expansion 128x96 dot LCD screen with backlight 200+ hour datalogger memory Upgradeable Firmware Dimensions: 3" x 2.4" x 0.7" (76.5mm x 61.5mm x 17.5mm) Weight: 3.2 oz (90 grams)

    £485.00

    - GB

  3. Req WPD / SP / NPG Authorised cutters for ongoing works in North Lincs / North Wales and West Yorkshire. Up to UA2.3 required, chipper, first aid. Authorisations can be gained through ourselves ————————————————————————————————————————- UA5 Surveyors 5.1/5.2 required SP WPD SSE Excellent rates for right candidate. Must be either experienced in Surveying or have a good knowledge of UA cutting and looking to take that knowledge into this part of the industry to develop there surveying. ————————————————————————————————————————— General all round Arborists / forestry op’s Must have PA1 PA6, CS30 CS31 CS38 CS39 Brushcutter Chipper ( Training can be given on these for the right person) Apprentishp opportunities in this role ——————————————————-——————————————————————- Contact - Jason Smith Mobile : 07902716671 Office : 01748 836033 Email : powerlinesurveying@gmail.com Email : Jason.smith@brooksidetreeservice.co.uk 
  4. AidanF

    GPS for surveying advice

    Hi all, I've had a search and can't find anything quite answering my query so i thought i'd ask: What GPS devices are people using for tree surveying? What's your experience? What would you recommend? I'm currently using a Trimble Juno which is not super user friendly and very clunky. So, looking into buying a new GPS for carrying out tree habitat/health surveys under canopy and in wood pasture. There's a fair amount of stuff available but i thought i might try to get a bit of feedback. I apologies if this is in the wrong area, I did have good search but couldn't find anything. Thanks in advance, Aidan
  5. BTSRecruitment

    Surveyors Required - Stoke and Telford

    We are recruiting Surveyors in the Stoke and Telford areas. Please contact Gemma Sadler on 01449 724484 or gemma.sadler@btsgroupuk.com for more information.
  6. We are recruiting Surveyors in the Hampshire area!
  7. wildtrackers

    Want to be a surveyor?

    We have training courses coming up in the next few weeks including UA1, UA2.1 and UA5. Everything you need to become a surveyor. Get in touch if you're interested. We are based in Crickhowell, Powys.
  8. mower6

    Tree consultant, South Bucks

    Independent tree consultant who is able to advise customers on technical tree issues, root problems or tree surveys needed! I am building a tree surgery company in the South Bucks, west London, Berks areas and am asked by both new and existing customers to carry out this type of tree survey work. I want to pass these clients onto to a tree consultant who will answer the phone, respect the clients by turning up at appointments and act professionally. I must have sight of relevant insurances and proof of professional qualifications. If you are interested in taking up these leads and developing a working relationship with me and my clients then please call either 07969 495 613 or office 01494 711 375.
  9. dayman1

    Looking For Work

    I am looking for work in a tree officer, surveyor or inspector role anywhere in the UK. I am currently based in Leicestershire. I have 2 and a half years industry experience as a climber. I have a FdSc in Arboriculture and a BSc in Ecology. Have experience completing surveys and inspections. Ready to start work immediately. Personal message me if you have any vacancy's
  10. spiketreeman

    Any Tree Surveying jobs in Sweden?

    Looking for a Surveying job in Sweden, preferably Gothenburg as this is where i live. Any info would be awesome. Thanks
  11. Hello folks, We are looking for some arb work abroad - surveying/ inspection/ treework - we can do any and all! We are used to working together so make a great team, but are happy to work as part of a bigger team too. Below are are credentials and contact details. We are a pair experienced ISA Certified Arborists with NPTC CS 30, 31, 32, 34, 38, 38, 39 & AO 6, Emergency First Aid at Work and Outdoor First Aid and both studied at Merrist Wood for the Tree Surgery for Craftsmen. I have an HND in Arb & Urban Forestry and we both have Professional Tree Inspection qualifications along with surveying and inspection experience. We've also had training on spills and fire prevention and have our own PPE, climbing, rigging and surveying kits and a selection of chain- and hand-saws. Contact details should be below in the signature, but just in case, they are: Gale: gale@arboreal.org.uk 07842 268830 Dan: dan@arboreal.org.uk 07516 486997 Any pointers and info are very welcome as obviously are any work opportunities Thanks for your time and look forward to hearing from anyone that can help. Gale Ward & Dan Burgess
  12. Arboreal

    Looking for work in Europe

    Hello folks, Looking for some arb work abroad - surveying/ inspection/ treework we can do any and all! We are used to working together so make a great team, but are happy to work as part of a bigger team too. Below are are credentials and contact details. We are a pair experienced ISA Certified Arborists with NPTC CS 30, 31, 32, 34, 38, 38, 39 & AO 6, Emergency First Aid at Work and Outdoor First Aid and both studied at Merrist Wood for the Tree Surgery for Craftsmen. I have an HND in Arb & Urban Forestry and we both have Professional Tree Inspection qualifications along with surveying and inspection experience. We've also had training on spills and fire prevention and have our own PPE, climbing, rigging and surveying kits and a selection of chain- and hand-saws. Contact details should be below in the signature, but just in case, they are: Gale: gale@arboreal.org.uk 07842 268830 Dan: dan@arboreal.org.uk 07516 486997 Any pointers and info are very welcome as obviously are any work opportunities Thanks for your time and look forward to hearing from anyone that can help. Gale Ward & Dan Burgess
  13. Calibre_Consultancy

    GPS/ GIS Surveying Hardware

    Hello all, Anyone got any decent quality (working) surveying equipment they are selling on? I need handhelds only.. Not tablet PCs I'm interested in Trimble Juno's, Magellan etc PM me if you have anything Thanks in advance

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