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My, how the maps have changed…

August 27, 2015

By Bryan Burns

My, how the maps have changed…

It wasn’t too long ago that maps were a dark art, reserved for things like surveying, tactical operations and family road trips. Remember? And to obtain one of these map things you had to order it (as in postage), go to a truck stop or have it printed especially for you. It might’ve taken weeks to get it. It was paper (laminated if you were lucky) and probably reflected data from when your great grandpappy was runnin’ hooch through the hills of Dawson County.

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Reimagining and Reinventing the Form

August 26, 2015

By Dave Basil

Field workers in every major industry spend countless hours filling out paper forms. And much time has been spent extolling the benefits of going paperless.   And why not?  Using paper wastes time and money, takes up space and harms the environment.

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Trajectory Magazine: TerraGo’s Mobile Mapping Software Improves Alongside Smartphone and GPS Technology

August 24, 2015

By Mike Gundling

TerraGo regards Global Positioning System (GPS) data the way a writer does words: as tools for communication. The analogy is both apt and ironic, because TerraGo was created because the telephone company was having a difficult time communicating.

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TerraGo and CHC - Talkin' 'Bout a Revolution

August 20, 2015

By Mike Gundling

The combination of TerraGo Edge and CHC’s GNSS receivers are nothing short of a revolution. Compared to the old guard, traditional GPS handhelds, TerraGo Edge and CHC can provide sub-meter and centimeter accuracy while reducing hardware costs by as much as 90% and improving productivity by over 50% for each and every project.    

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