The Fieldworks program is an easy to use and powerful program for Land Surveying and Construction applications which features full screen data entry, and fast, accurate execution. It uses the latest and most advanced computer hardware to provide unparalleled features and computation speed, and the Windows CE operating system (and Pocket PC) to make it easy . . . → Read More: Main Menu
The Collect functions allow you to enter field survey data and then reduce it to three dimensional coordinates. Field data may be entered manually or transferred from many Total Stations or GPS. The HI is the only question asked with GPS, and a Localization dialog, (see using with GPS) and there is no field data, just . . . → Read More: Collect
Here is the menu of types of stakeout:
Set up on a point, backsight a point and radially stakeout points.
First you enter your instrument setup information. Then after you enter a To: point, FieldWorks will display information about the location of the point to be staked: the Horizontal Angle, Vertical Distance, and Horizontal Distance. Then once . . . → Read More: Stakeout
When you first enter the plot function, the screen appears with the last 10 points in the file displayed as a default for plotting. You may then modify this point list to plot a different range of points. This point list will be automatically saved in a plot file with the same name as the project . . . → Read More: Plot
2 POINT RESECTION
This function computes the coordinates and elevation of the instrument point given two known points and the horizontal angle, zenith angle and slope distance to each of the known points in clockwise order. This is also called Free Station. FieldWorks resection has a high accuracy without strength of . . . → Read More: Resection