Trimble Survey Controller Data Collection Software for Total Station and GNSS / GPS Surveying
Trimble Survey Controller field software offers land surveyors a complete data collection solution for optical and GNSS / GPS surveying. Advanced yet easy to use, Trimble Survey Controller helps complete every job faster and more easily. It gives full control over data collection and stakeout, with color maps displaying results in real time as you measure.
Trimble Survey Controller™ field software runs on the TSC2™ and Trimble® CU Controllers as well as TSCe and ACU controllers. Language support includes: English, French, German, Spanish, Portuguese, Swedish, Italian, Dutch, Chinese, Korean, and Japanese.
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With one software, one controller, and one file surveying data is organized in a single Job file. Switch seamlessly between Trimble GPS systems and optical total stations, including major third-party total stations.
- Transfer data to any office software in the Trimble suite for processing, including Trimble Geomatics Office™, Trimble Total Control™, Trimble Business Center, and Terramodel® software.
- Transfer data to and from third-party survey, design, and GIS software packages (via the office software).
Trimble Survey Controller supports the Trimble VX Spatial Station:
- Stream and capture digital images of a job site for fast aiming through the controller screen, greater quality control, and easy data handover.
- Use 3D scanning to collect a greater number of points in less time.
Trimble Survey Controller Options
- Engineering Option for Trimble Survey Controller targets specific workflows such as tunneling and monitoring. The software leads you through tasks such as marking areas of under and overcut with the laser pointer of the Trimble S8 Total Station. The Engineering Option also expedites data collection for monitoring applications.
- High Accuracy GIS Option for Trimble Survey Controller provides the tools to deliver GIS-ready information with surveying accuracy. Users can save time and avoid mistakes by linking images to a point as soon as they are collected using a WiFi capable camera.