Efficient seismic operations demand precise positioning technologies for the rapid placement of energy sources and geophone sensors. Trimble is the world's leading provider for positioning solutions including technologies such as GNSS receivers and aerial data capture. Combined with our seismic survey planning software and intuitive seismic stakeout software, Trimble delivers the broadest range of precision solutions for all seismic and exploration needs.
Numerous preplot generation routines including 2-D lines, crooked lines, 3-D grids, brick patterns, diagonal grids, zig-zag patterns, and oblique grids. Highly adaptable coordinate importing and format conversion including on-the-fly translation, rotation or transformation capabilities.
The Trimble Access Land Seismic Application is specifically designed to simplify seismic stakeout work to increase speed and reduce errors. Continuous monitoring of exclusion zones prevents costly placement errors.
Trimble is a leading provider of GPS / GNSS technology that is utilized to provide precise positioning solutions including permanent positioning infrastructure networks, correction services and GPS / GNSS rover receivers.
In addition, our solutions integrate a wide range of other technologies such as laser, optical and inertial with application software, wireless communications, and services. The integrated solutions allow customers to precisely collect, manage and analyze complex information faster and easier, making them more productive, efficient and profitable.
Trimble Asset Management solutions provide visibility to field activity that enables companies to effectively manage numerous assets, increase workflow productivity and reduce costs.
Fleet Management solutions are a productivity tool with solid return-on-investment that enable high customer satisfaction with minimum capital asset costs, lower environmental impact and increased employee productivity.
Trimble also offers bar code asset management systems for contractors to manage asset location, costs, service, maintenance and depreciation.
RFID technologies can be utilized for more advanced asset tracking systems, from fabrication to final assembly and operations.