This article has been published in Dutch by Vakbeurs Openbare Ruimte in December 2020. Vakbeurs Openbare Ruimte is a 2-day event designed for the government and all organisations who participate in the Dutch public domain and will be held in September 2021.
Every building stands or falls with the correct dimensions, in the public domain too. When building a new project, adding street lighting and manhole covers, or constructing or improving infrastructure, you first start by surveying the existing situation. Then the design phase begins, in which each fieldworker employed by the municipality surveys the required information in points, lines, or polygons with the UNI-GR1.
The UNI-GR1 for centimetre accurate results
The UNI-GR1 is a GNSS receiver that uses satellite signals to get accurate results down to a centimetre. A precise result when setting out ground works, foundations or, new roundabouts and traffic lights in the public domain within your (work) area, makes the actual work process clear: up-to-date and precise data to use for, among other things, purchasing manpower and materials, making a detailed planning, and carrying out targeted environmental communication.
Keeping control of data
With the UNI-Complete package, of which the UNI-GR1 is a part, your colleagues can survey in the field, while you check the results yourself for any revision. At the office and in real-time! This way you keep control over all surveyed data, you know immediately when you have collected all necessary information and you save it in your own personal cloud environment. You can also easily export your data to CSV format for Excel or DXF files to continue working with AutoCAD. You can also integrate the UNI-GR1 position or project data directly into your own software by using the UNI-Cloud API, or connect to an app of your choice.