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  • Trimble Access 2023.10 released

    Trimble Access 2023.01 has been released on May 22, 2023.

    This release addresses some reported issues, full details are available in the Release Notes update.

  • New Blog post from Rob Koot on Underground Utility Locators.

    Read the full blog post here, and feel free to comment or give us your input on this topic!

  • Trimble Access 2023.00 software has released!

    Introducing Trimble Access Software 2023.00

    The latest release of Trimble® Access software includes innovative new tools and enhancements that enable you to collect, manage and analyze data more efficiently and accurately.
    New in this release:

    Access high-resolution aerial imagery, terrain data and other mapping information directly within Trimble Access using Trimble Maps.

    Linking design files from Trimble Connect® cloud software or from USB drives to jobs in Trimble Access directly from the Layer manager is now easier than ever.

    New tools and improvements designed to help you manage and analyze large datasets.

    Read full blog post on this release  Here.

    We've also put together a feature blog on each of the feature sets above, links are in the main blog article.

    There's also a new series of videos on the Trimble Access Youtube channel - do subscribe!

    And do let us know wat you think of this release!

  • Introducing the Trimble® EM940 Empower™ radio module for survey controllers and tablets,

    Trimble® EM940 Empower™ radio module for survey controllers and tablets, enabling real-time radio-delivered corrections for GNSS RTK systems.

    GNSS RTK (Real-Time Kinematic) systems are essential tools for surveying and mapping applications. They provide high-precision positioning and navigation information in real time, which is crucial for accurate data collection and analysis. However, not all receivers have internal radios to receive radio-delivered corrections, which can limit their usefulness. To address this, Trimble has introduced the EM940 radio module to provide the link necessary to fully deploy all your GNSS receivers for any job. The module mounts to the Trimble TSC7 and TSC5 survey controllers, and to the Trimble T100 and Trimble T7 tablets.

    For more information - read our full blog post.

  • Register Now for this Webinar: Get the Most From Your Trimble Access Roads Application

    Date: March 9, 2023

    Time: 12:00 – 1:00 PM NZ (4:00 – 5:00 PM MST March 8)

    Presenters: Luke Johnson, Rob Koot (Trimble Access product team)

    Trimble Access Roads screen

    Some surveyors break their detailed roading designs into points and lines for easier field stakeout and as-builts, but this creates extra work in the office and challenges when the design changes. The Trimble Access Roads application gives surveyors the flexibility to stake, measure or as-built any entity directly from a roading design file in the field.

    In this webinar the Trimble Access software product team will look at how to create road design files and use these for conformance or stakeout in Trimble Access, with a focus on everyday workflows and the practical benefits of the Trimble Access Roads application.

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