Geodesy Coordinate Tools is the easiest way to make geographic calculations.
* Coordinate conversion tool with error checking: Convert Degrees, Deg/Min, Deg/Min/Sec, UTM, MGRS, Maidenhead.
* Draw any free-form closed shape on a map or point-plot a perimeter to get the enclosed area. Great if you just want to know the area of your neighbor's back yard or the area and perimeter of the continental U.S. Useful for construction planning, gardening, or any other task that requires area measurements.
* Plot 2 points on a map and get the altitudes, distance and altitude difference between them along with reverse geocoded locality information.
* Lots of screens for making distance, area, heading and altitude calculations including, for the technically minded, a geodetic problem calculator for inverse and direct geodetic problems. Choose your geoid (DATUM).
* Distance from your position to any position on the globe.
* Magnetic field tools including A COMPASS with a magnetic declination indicator.
* Time measurements.
* Excellent documentation with easy to follow help.
In every tool we can generate a detailed calculation and store in a text file, and then send the report via email to the address you want. All within the same application!
We can also create our own reference ellipsoids, and use any tool in the application. We can even modify the value of anamorphosis used for all calculations the application does.
Just under a year ago, this was my best application, the most complete in every way. But in all this time I've grown a lot and learned a lot, the same as I want to convey in this new version of the application. Thank you very much to all.
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Increase GPS accuracy.
Display and convert GPS coords to the Greek Geodetic Reference System GGRS 87 (EGSA 87 - ΕΓΣΑ 87).
Save points to lists.
Export point lists to .txt, .csv, .kml & .dxf files.
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Maps Area Calculator is a smart tool for calculation of the area on the map. Application takes into account of the World's geodesic structure and serves highly accurate area and distance information. Point insertion can be done in two ways: pin tool and finger tool. Once you place your points on the map when you click on the calculate button path completes itself and handles calculation.
İmportant : Points on the map should be positioned clock wise or counter clock wide and path must not self intersect.
-User friendly interface
-Map, Satellite, Terrain and Hybrid modes
-Meter, Kilometer, Mile and Feet distance units available
-Pin tool for linear measurements
-Finger tool for path measurements
-Map tilt angle adjustment
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Currently only supports 58 reference ellipsoids datums, but is not capable of transforming coordinates from one ellipsoid to another. Default ellipsoid is WGS84 used by GPS system.
Supports 3 different latitude / longitude input formats: decimal degrees (DD.DDD), degrees /decimal minutes (DD MM.MMM) and degrees/minutes and decimal seconds (DD MM SS.SSS). The UTM input format are those: Northing, Easting, Zone and Hemisphere.
This app allows you to work in UTM or latitude / longitude coordinates so you can use it with topographic maps. It's an useful tool for map reading and navigation (land or sea navigation). So is useful for outdoors sports like hiking, orienteering, bushwalking, mountain biking, kayaking, surveying or anything where you need to read coordinates from a map and convert coordinates between formats. Also useful in Search and Rescue (SAR) or GIS where conversion between different formats is needed.
Also you can enter coordinates dynamically using a map. Drag and drop the marker around the map and coordinates (both geographic and UTM) will be updated.
Coordinates can be copied to clipboard with long press or shared via SMS or e-mail.
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On the map, you can filter the types of stations to display - like certain stabilities, horizontal/vertical orders, and destroyed/non-publishable status. You can also directly search for a PID, and have the map take you to the location of the station, and manually view the datasheet of a station.
Once a station is found, you can take photographs of it, images being stored in a simple numbering scheme or be saved using the NGS's recommended photograph naming convention. Using the naming convention, each station's images are stored in their own folder, along with a notes text file if the you record any recovery notes for the station.
Made for the professional surveyor and the geocache hunter (benchmark hunter!) out there in the wild.
Note that the application will only display NGS survey marks. (No USGS stations or State stations at this time, unless they are included in the NGS database.)
The app is using the great-circle formula to calculate the distance.
The great-circle or orthodromic distance is the shortest distance between two points on the surface of a sphere, measured along the surface of the sphere (as opposed to a straight line through the sphere's interior). The distance between two points in Euclidean space is the length of a straight line between them, but on the sphere there are no straight lines. In non-Euclidean geometry, straight lines are replaced with geodesics. Geodesics on the sphere are the great circles (circles on the sphere whose centers coincide with the center of the sphere).
Useful for Civil Engineering and site based work when away from a computer with Excel or expensive software.
FIND WCB & DISTANCE:
Calculate the whole circle bearing (the clockwise angle from North to a given direction) by entering the coordinates (Easting and Northing) of two known points. The WCB will be given in the direction of Point 1 towards Point 2. The distance in metres is also displayed.
CO-ORD FROM WCB:
Enter the coordinates of a known point and the bearing and distance from this to the point you wish to calculate.
CO-ORD FROM REF LINE:
Enter two coordinated points (Easting and Northing) along a desired line and input the distance along the line from point 1 to the point you want to calculate. Perpendicular offsets from this line can also be computed. Positive values offset to the RHS of the line in the direction of Point 1 -> Point 2, negative values for LHS of line.
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Can you classify points per project, point name, and their respective coordinates. Prepared for Surveying and Geodesy.
Compatible with the Wizard applications Topography, Topography - Earthworks, Geodesy, Surveying and reviews.
You can put all the information in text files that were working normally within the database, and you always have them ready, without the risk of losing the corresponding text file.
The result of the changes we see on screen, and can also generate a complete and detailed report of calculation, where we can see the whole process of calculation.
It provides GPS location and altitude, as well as elevation angle, horizon tilt angle, and azimuth angle.
'Surveyor Tools Free' includes three screens: the main screen and two different compass screens. One is a simple compass that is like a traditional compass with a moving needle. The other compass is more modern and displays a number of useful datums. These include azimuth angle with bearing and magnetic field strength, as well as the magnetic field data accuracy.
'Surveyor Tools Free' displays the following information on the main screen:
-GPS latitude and longitude,
-GPS (corrected - see below) altitude,
-accuracy of the altitude,
-azimuth angle and bearing,
-horizon tilt angle,
-location of Sun, Moon, and Sun's shadow displayed on the screen with appropriate symbols,
-current local time, weekday, and date,
-vertical and horizontal 'crosshairs' centered on the field center,
-picture button to take and save a picture of the current view,
-direction type (magnetic or astronomical),
-sliding 'drawer' menu.
All the angles displayed on the screen are in degrees units. The artificial horizon is shown as a bright green line. It tilts and moves vertically to compensate for camera rotations.
The 'CAL' button on the main screen is the calibration button. If you have not yet calibrated 'Surveyor Tools Free', the button will appear green. To calibrate 'Surveyor Tools Free' first select the object you want to calibrate with on the settings screen (Moon, Sun, Sun's shadow). Be careful when pointing at the Sun; use the Sun to calibrate only when it is cloudy and you can still see the Sun through the clouds.
Next, point the camera at the object and make sure it is centered on the gray cross in the center of the screen. Then press the 'CAL' button. The button will change color to yellow, indicating you have calibrated the 'Surveyor Tools Free'. The calibration will be remembered when you close the app. You can calibrate again as often as you wish. Only the most recent calibration is used.
Once you have calibrated the 'Surveyor Tools Free', the 'Direction type' will change from 'magnetic' to 'astronomical'. Prior to calibration the compasses give magnetic directions; after calibration they give astronomical (or true) directions.
The calibration performed by the 'CAL' button corrects for the difference between directions to the magnetic and true north as well as offsets between the center of the display and the measured azimuth and elevation angle values.
When the GPS coordinates cannot be determined, 'Surveyor Tools Free' uses the last saved coordinates to perform the calculations to display the Sun, Moon, and Sun's shadow.
The reported altitude is corrected to the EGM96 geoid. This provides absolute accuracy in altitude just under one meter. Location data are automatically saved when the app is exited.
A 'settings' screen provides options to choose the altitude units (meters or feet) and the object for calibration.
When you take a picture of the current view, the image is named according to the date and time according to the following format: 'yyMMddHHmmss.png'. The location of the file is briefly shown when it is saved. You might experience a 2 or 3 second delay between the time the picture is taken and when it is saved. You can access the saved files by connecting your Android device to a computer via a USB cable.
Applications of 'Surveyor Tools Free' include geocaching, hiking, prospecting, emergencies, accident reports, real estate, surveying, observational astronomy, and archaeology.
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Este software permite al Usuario realizar toda la toma de datos de Campo y todo el proceso de replanteo de Nube de Puntos, Ejes en Planta y Alzado, Secciones de Carreteras, Canales y cualquier otra obra lineal, también el replanteo de Modelos Digitales del Terreno, y todo ello con la carga de fondo de Imágenes de Google o cualquiera que el usuario disponga.
Vea en nuestra Web (www.topview.es) todos los vídeos tutoriales para obtener mayor información del funcionamiento y prestaciones de este software. También disponemos de versiones para la plataforma Window Xp/Vista/7/8, Windows Ce, y Windows Mobile.
Permite el Replanteo de:
- Puntos aislados
- Puntos en Línea
- Puntos Coplanares
- Secciones Tipo
- Secciones Cajeadas
- Entidades del DXF/DWG
- Modelos Digitales del Terreno
- y mucho mas....
- Azymut i odległość,
- Domiar prostokątny,
- Pole powierzchni,
- Przecięcie prostych,
- Wcięcie liniowe,
- Wcięcie kątowe w przód,
- Wcięcie kątowe wstecz
This app is used when leveling.
If you use this app, you need not have a level book.
If you are civil engineer, it is necessary.
Do you want to know ground height? This app will solve it.
- Display GH(Ground Height)
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* 106 elements catagorized according to the following characteristics:
- solid / liquid / gas
- synthetically created
- non metals / alkali metals / alkali earth metals / transition metals / metalloids / halogens / noble gases / rear earth metals.
* tap each of the elements to view 22 of its basic properites:
- atomic number
- mass number
- atomic mass
- oxidation states
- electron configuration
- melting point
- boilong opint
- deltaH vaporization
- delta H fusion
- specific heat
- atomic volume
- atomic radius
- covalent radius
- thermal conductivity
- electrical conductivity
- ionization potential
- oxide type
* zoomable screen.
* no permissions required.
* great for students.
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Correct up to geometric altitude of 84 kilometers.
1) Enter mean sea level characteristics (temperature, pressure).
2) Enter chosen altitude (geometric or geopotential) or gravity, press 'done' and view atmospheric properties at
chosen altitude \ gravity.
3) Enter chosen airspeed (true or calibrated or equivalent; up to the local value of the speed of sound) or dynamic
pressure or mach number (up to mach one), press 'done' and view airspeed type converted at current altitude and
mean sea level characteristics.
1) Long click each variable label to get information regarding that variable.
2) Use right side spinners to change input / output unit types.
1) Airspeed conversion is performed under assumption that air is compressible, isentropic (subsonic; mach
number < 1.0) and dry with a constant specific heat ratio.
2) If at current atmospheric conditions, input airspeed results in mach number greater then 1 - calculation is
performed according to mach number 1.
3) Density is calculated using a perfect gas relationship.
4) Geopotential altitude input is defined according to standard day (ISA).
5) The mean molecular weight is not corrected for geometric altitude above 80km.
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* Enter a chemical formula the standard way.
* Symbols can be seperated by blanks.
* Simplified structures are also allowed.
* Formulas cointaining a multiplication (such as hydrates) should be entered without the dot.
* Numbers composed by an integer and a fraction (like 1 1/2) should be replaced by a fraction (3/2) or using decimal notation (1.5).
* The chemical formulas are case sensetive.
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The only atmospheric calculator that allows the complete and
exact calculation of each of the "1976 standard atmosphere"
28 parameters as a function of each of the other parameters!
Tired of calculating pressure or gravitational acceleration solely out of altitude?
well, now you can enter the desired pressure or gravitational acceleration and get the the atmospheric parameters which correspond to the lowest geopotential altitude. This is done for the entire 7 layers of the atmosphere (altitudes up to 84km / 280kft)
The atmospheric calculator parameters include:
- geometric altitude
- geopotential altitude
- lapse rate
- temperature ratio
- molecular temperature
- kinetic temperature
- mean molecular weight ratio
- mean molecular weight
- pressure ratio
- density ratio
- gravitational acceleration ratio
- gravitational acceleration
- dynamic viscosity ratio
- dynamic viscosity
- kinematic viscosity ratio
- kinematic viscosity
- speed of sound ratio
- speed of sound
- pressure scale height
- number density
- mean air-particle speed
- mean collision frequency
- mean free path
- thermal conductivity ratio
- thermal conductivity coefficient
- mole volume
Each of these parameters is given in metric and english units.
* Extrapolation is allowed(!) and performed for geometric altitudes from zero down to -5km.
* results for geometric altitudes between 80km and 86km are corrected for mean molecular weight ration which is not 1. Note that many 1976 standard atmosphere tables are not corrected according to the mean molecular weight ratio, but they do mention that this correction should be done.
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