Facts You Need to Understand About Land Surveying Equipment
Keeping the borders that they have from each other like Mesopotamia, Egypt and Rome can be done with the help of different tools. When taking a look at another era which is the Middle Ages, the Renaissance that is them that as done away with these tools. When you will take a look at this time period that it is the one that still uses survey and measuring of different land areas. Different tool has also been used during this time. The tools that you will see today though are quite similar to the tools that have been used t map and survey the different land in the US. It is today though that there is a drastic increase especially when it comes to technology. And that is why the measuring tool that man has been using has also been subjected to these changes.
It is the surveying equipment like the surveyor’s compass and theodolite that has really improved the accuracy of these tools. A brass circle and an index with a compass is what the surveyor’s compass or circumferentor is made of. In order to measure horizontal angles and vertical angles that it is this tool that is needed. When it is the theodolite that is being used that i6t is the one that can help measure horizontal and vertical angles. With the bulkier size that the theodolite has that many people still choose to use the prior.
Wiht the more sophisticated version that theodolite has that it is still the instrument that has been used even in the early 90’s. It is with this one that it has also improve the accuracy of measurement. Being paired with the electronic distance measurement device or EDM is what the theodolite that you will see today. When taking a look at these devices that they are also being referred to as a total station. When take a look at these instruments today that they are now using electronic and software systems. With this advancement that it is it one that has gone from mechanical to an electronic device.
It is also the Global Positioning Systems or GPS that has entered into the surveying scene. Increasing the speed of the surveyor is what this instrument is able to do. When taking a look at a GPS that it is the one that is horizontally accurate to 20mm and vertically accurate to about 30mm. A device that will have a hard time functioning on heavily wooded areas is what the GPS is all about. If a surveyor will be facing these challenges that it is them that will still be using the total station that they have.