Standard functions

Shapefiles and image data
– Images: load aerial photos or topo maps in the background
– Imagery in MRSID® format, GeoJPEG, JPEG 2000 and Geotiff formats
– Detailed, colorful BaseMap background data
Wireless GPS and other data collection
Intelligent GPS port recognition
– Storage of GIS Feature, Attribute, and Value data.
– Point/Line/Area symbol and pattern libraries
Free-hand digitizing capability line/area features

– Distance and Area measurements on the spot
– Get area calculations for areas that are formed by Line Features
– Offset points or Traverse points when GPS signal not available
Coordinate system conversion on the fly
Digital Elevation Model (DEM) to show contour lines on your BaseMap
– Navigation to current road, next intersection, remaining distance and next turn
Snap to Node function for digitizing Points, Lines and Areas

Contact Us

Tel. : (514) 354-2511

Toll free : 1-800-463-4363

Detailed Function List

Nested Points : A must-have powerful and time saving feature

Store Points along a Line or Area without padding the Line or Area Feature. For example,
map a road as a dynamic line, also record traffic signs along the road.

Radial Traverse : Multiple’ shots’ can be made from one GPS location

GPS > A 120.00 ft 41.30°
GPS > B 96.50 ft 88.80°
GPS > C 87.00 ft 132.00°
GPS > D 112.20 ft 157.50°



Raster & Vector Instant Coordinate update Real-Time & Post Process Differential
NEZ Plane Support Length & Area Measurement LLA/UTM/SPC & User Defined Coords
Offset & Traverse NMEA-183 & GPS raw data Logging Mode: By time, By Distance
Nested Points Heads-Up Digitizing Professional Integrated GPS/GIS


Length and Area Tool

Click a button to show length and area for the selected feature


GIS Information

Field CE provides a complex
GIS databases on-board


Traverse a series of points when GPS is not available


1) GPS is OK at GPS1, but then GPS signal loss occurs.
2) Enter traverse data from GPS1 > T1, T1 > T2. T2 >T3,
and T3 > GPS2
3) Receiving the GPS signal at GPS2 lets you start GPS mode again.


The NEZ Plane – A necessity in professionnalpackages
Merge traditional Northings and Eastings on a local plane, with GPS data (latitude/longitude)

1) Pick any point on the survey and assign 1000N,
1000E as its coordinates.
2) Go to that point and record a GPS position
(shown at A).
3) To produce the correct orientation and scale, pick one other point and record a GPS position (shown at B).

B) GPS Control
44° 33’ 30.168457’’ N
NEZ Control: 1543.4117N, 1024.9288E
A) GPS Reference: 44°33’ 24.798889’’ N
123°18’ 31.761475’’ W
NEZ Reference: 1000.0000N, 1000.0000E


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