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Calibrating Your Survey Equipment or Buy New?

In construction, navigation, and beyond, surveying tools ensure the gathering of accurate distances and angles between two points. If not regularly and properly maintained, their accuracy can be affected. This is where instrument calibration services come in.  Why Calibrate Calibration brings the results of surveying tools back to an approved standard range. When it’s specifically […]

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Precision Measurements In Surveying, Navigation, Topography

How do you measure the slope of a hill? Or the height of an object, such as the trees in a park? Getting these figures requires more than a regular ruler or tape measure. And this is where precision inclinometers come in handy.  Also called clinometers, these are devices designed to measure angles of slope […]

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Calibrating Your Optical Equipment to NIST

Many tools are included in a surveyor’s toolkit, from devices that measure distances to angles and custom optical equipment. And for these tools to provide accurate readings, two things are important: first, you should know how to use the tool properly, and second, the instrument itself must be calibrated. What is Calibration? Calibration is the […]

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