"Take, for example, pole mapping in a concentrated grid with 5 to 10 meters accuracy using post-processing," said Jean-Yves Lauture, chief technical officer at Eos Positioning Systems.
"Having the real-time capability, it integrates into the workflow easily," said Lauture
"Using an iPad in the field, it populates the server directly.
There's no more interpretation to be done."
With all the different software suites available on the market, Lauture
says Eos developers didn't want to put out yet another.
Through Bluetooth, users can use the device however works best for them.
"The customer can make his
own recipe and shape his
setup to whatever he
wants," said Lauture
With all the features that the Eos Arrow line offers for getting data quickly and reliably, it follows that its maintenance needs have been streamlined as well.
says that the battery pack, which lasts over 500 cycles, is essentially the only thing that needs to be replaced.
For firmware and other updates, there is also an app called Eos Tools that users can download to keep their Arrow receivers up to date.
, the best features of the receivers include the real-time data capability, as well as the ability to calculate up to 30-centimeter accuracy using WAAS signals.
There are a few other things he's
proud of too.
"The Arrow 200 brings 1-centimeter accuracy inside the iPad.
was the first on the market to do that," said Lauture