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Carlson Software Releases Surveyor2 Handheld

July 8, 2015  - By
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Carlson Software has released the Carlson Surveyor2, the newest model in its Carlson Surveyor line of data collectors. The Surveyor2 is paired with Carlson’s software to provide a powerful, complete solution for surveying, stake out, construction layout, and GIS mapping, the company said.

Designed and manufactured by Juniper Systems, the Carlson Surveyor2 is built to withstand the harshest conditions, with an IP68 rating for dust and water and superb durability when dropped or exposed to cold, heat or other rugged environments.

With minimal increase in weight compared to the original Surveyor, the Surveyor2 offers greater memory and data storage, a faster, 1.0-GHz processor, and significantly improved Bluetooth range — up to 1,500 feet. The data collector also features a new QWERTY keyboard with large buttons for easy data entry, enhanced battery power with 20+ hours of runtime, and a larger, brighter display, providing excellent visibility in any lighting conditions.

The Surveyor2 runs Windows Embedded Handheld 6.5.3 and can be purchased with Carlson SurvCE 4.0, Carlson’s powerful data collection software. SurvCE offers exceptional usability, with a tab-based menu and advanced graphics for easy-to-use functionality, the company said.

“The Surveyor2 and SurvCE together create an advanced solution for surveying applications, while maintaining simplicity and ease-of-use,” said Debbie Trolson, geomatics market manager at Juniper Systems. “The Surveyor2 offers significant improvements over its predecessor, providing surveyors with the features they need to perform their work productively and effectively.”

The Surveyor2 was previewed at INTERGEO 2014.

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