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MicroSurvey Releases STAR*NET V7

  13/07/2011
MicroSurvey is releasing a significant update to STAR*NET, a least-squares utility used by land surveyors for network adjustment and quality control. The new Version 7 brings workflow enhancements to help speed up this part of the process.

 

MicroSurvey Releases STAR*NET V7
The development team has focused on bringing unobtrusive workflow tools and user interface enhancements. More data import and conversion utilities, a better (and customisable) layout for multi-file projects, better plot visualisation and navigation tools, a project manager for quick-starting and organising commonly-used files, a colour-coded data file editor, point search tools, more QC checks (e.g., differential leveling and GPS vector loop closure checks) and much more.


Every surveyor who currently has a copy of STAR*NET is strongly advised to get this update. This version is suited for surveyors not yet using STAR*NET to correct and clean up their data before mapping.

 


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Supplier: MicroSurvey Software Inc.

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