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The new Leica GS18 I GNSS RTK rover redefines the use of GNSS in public safety. The seamless integration of GNSS, IMU and visual positioning technology gives you unmatched speed in documenting and clearing collision scenes with complete confidence that you’ve captured every detail—all while keeping you out of harm’s way.
Andrew Klane outlines the basics of using GNSS as a quick clearance crash investigation and reconstruction tool and walks you through a test scenario that demonstrates significant time savings and data capture advantages. You’ll learn: What to look for in a GNSS rover; how to use the latest GNSS capabilities to stay safe and expedite your time on scene; when NOT to use GNSS—and why that will happen less than you think; and how to combine data from GNSS with drones, laser scanners and other sensors to elevate your scene diagrams.
The Ultimate Flexibility – How GNSS with Visual Positioning Makes Scene Investigations Fast and Failproof
Leica Geosystems’ Public Safety Group Manager Ryan Rezzelle took the new GS18 I GNSS RTK sensor to a local baseball diamond with two objectives in mind: capture coded points for linework, and capture image sets for measurement. What he discovered has significant implications for mapping crime and crash scenes.