GNSS RTK Rover with RTC360

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GNSS RTK Rover with RTC360

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Trying to work with what I have. Whats your thoughts on fixed roof mounting an RTC360 with a GNSS RTK Rover (GS18 T).
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Carbix wrote:
Mon Mar 09, 2020 11:44 pm
Trying to work with what I have. Whats your thoughts on fixed roof mounting an RTC360 with a GNSS RTK Rover (GS18 T).
As in to make it a mobile scanner?

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Correct. About 10km of scanning with a 2cm tolerance.
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What is it that is being scanned and what is the terrain? Does it have to be scanned, or could you get away with attaching just the GNSS to a vehicle, say a quad bike, and take a shot every x amount?

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