Trimble introduces updated software, data processing service

By on 21 June, 2011
Trimble recently introduced version 2.50 of its Trimble Business Centre software for surveying offices and a new Data Processing Service, a component of the Trimble Access Services.
Trimble Business Center allows survey data managers to combine GNSS and optical surveying data as well as digital image data from Trimble surveying instruments into a single file, and output desired data to a range of applications such as GIS, photogrammetry and CAD.
Trimble Access Services allows collaboration with colleagues through the Trimble Connected Community portal.
Trimble Business Centre is office desktop software that integrates common survey office processing tasks for GNSS and optical terrestrial surveying data into a single, unified package.
Trimble Access Services are a suite of web-based applications that enable subscribers to easily share information for faster delivery from the field and last-minute changes from the office.
The software is available now. For more information visit

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