Monthly Archives: August 2013

Setting Up a Shared Trimble Positions Desktop Database on SQL Server

The goal is to setup a shared SQL Server database called TPDatabase1 on SQLServer1 that will allow User1 on PC1 and User2 on PC2 to share their Trimble Positions projects, post-processing profiles, and field configurations.  This will be done by … Continue reading

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Trimble Positions ArcPad Extension Now Supports Windows!

We’re excited to announce that the Trimble Positions ArcPad extension now includes support for Esri ArcPad on Windows.  This provides GIS customers looking to couple ArcPad with powerful tablet PCs, such as the Trimble Yuma 2, with the ability to … Continue reading

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ArcGIS 10.2

As you’re probably aware, Esri recently released ArcGIS 10.2 (Server, Desktop, Engine) and ArcPad 10.2, with ArcGIS for Windows Mobile 10.2 to follow.  Trimble remains committed to the Esri technology stack and intends to support these new versions in a … Continue reading

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Synchronizing Attachments in the Server Workflow

Since the release of Trimble Positions, we have seen an increasing number of customers looking at the “server” workflow in ArcGIS for Windows Mobile.  In this workflow, the mobile device (running ArcGIS for Windows Mobile + Trimble Positions Mobile extension) … Continue reading

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How to Get High-Accuracy Feature Geometry with Trimble Positions

The accuracy of a geometry collected by the Trimble Positions software depends on a number of factors as a large number of hardware and software components are involved in collecting geometry data. The graphic below shows the factors which are … Continue reading

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