New fully automatic Precision Surveying Gyroscope of DMT

Modern surveying often relies on data from satellite-based GNSS systems, as do modern navigation systems, too. But what if there is no satellite reception? This could be the case underground, in tunnels or in large-scale constructions.

And what if, as in tunnel-building, the highest level of precision is crucial when measuring direction?

DMT has the solution; GYROMAT 5000. This is the latest product to be developed by DMT in its range of high accuracy surveying instruments and will be on show at the upcoming Intergeo. The new surveying instrument allows the accurate measurement of direction,...

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