Fort Collins, CO (December 15, 2005) – Spatial Data Technologies (SDT) announced today that their CartoPac 1.6 mobile mapping software now supports the Trimble GPS Pathfinder ProXH receiver. CartoPac users now have the option to take advantage of the GPS Pathfinder ProXH receiver’s subfoot (30 cm) accuracy. Trimble ProXH users benefit from CartoPac’s easy-to-use interface for mobile mapping, data collection, in-field decision support and navigation.
In addition to providing high accuracy the ProXH receiver reports a Predicted Post-Processing Accuracy (PPA) while collecting GPS data. CartoPac 1.6 gives ProXH users the ability to enforce that GPS positions are within a specified PPA range before points are collected. This capability assures that data collected in field meets desired accuracy requirements.
In addition to ProXH support, CartoPac 1.6 introduces new features that allow users to download selected features to the mobile device based on specified attributes and expanded projection support.
Trimble is the leading innovator of Global Positioning System (GPS) technology. In addition to providing advanced GPS components, Trimble augments GPS with other positioning technologies as well as wireless communications and software to create complete customer solutions. Trimble’s worldwide presence and unique capabilities position the Company for growth in emerging applications including surveying, agriculture, machine guidance, fleet and asset management, wireless platforms and telecommunications infrastructure. Founded in 1978 and headquartered in Sunnyvale, Calif., Trimble has more than 2,000 employees in more than 20 countries worldwide. For company news and information, visit Trimble’s Web site at www.trimble.com.
About Spatial Data Technologies
Since 2001, Spatial Data Technologies (SDT) has delivered fully integrated software tools for developing, managing and distributing custom mobile mapping and data collection solutions. Their CartoPac, CartoPac Forms Builder and GPS Post-Processing products manage many of the complexities found in traditional GIS/GPS applications behind the scenes to deliver faster, easier, more productive solutions to a much broader range of data users.