Updates

 

  • 2019Dec 20

FieldGenius for Android™ 1.3

DXF Import

Users may select a DXF file for import into their project. This file may be selected from the device or any connected cloud services.

DXF Export

Users may now export their project to DXF format. The file will be exported to a default location. Lines and points contained in the project will be exported as lines and nodes in the DXF file.

Line Staking

Users may select lines while in survey mode, open the lines database panel, and select “Stake” to stake them.

Code List

Users may now edit point codes from the code list by clicking on the menu button for each.

Sounds and Haptic Feedback

Users will be notified of errors or point storage success by sounds and/or vibrations, which can be turned off and on, and the volume may be controlled by the media volume of your device.
  • 2019Nov 18

FieldGenius for Android™ 1.2

Local Transformation

Users may select point pairs to create a local transformation for their project. Scale factor may be calculated or fixed to 1.0. Vertical Adjustment may be an inclined plane or a constant shift.

Auto-Store Options

Users may choose to auto store points once their position has been accepted, skipping the Measure Point screen that shows remaining epochs. This setting is located in the tolerance settings, and may be set per point tolerance configuration

Dark Mode

Users may now select Dark Mode from the interface settings, allowing the use of a low-light version of FieldGenius for Android.
  • 2019Oct 3

FieldGenius for Android™ 1.1

Small Form Factor

Users may now run FieldGenius for Android on their smaller devices, such as small tablets and phones under 6” in screen size. Adjustments to the interface have been made to provide optimal usability on a small screen.

Reference Profile Creation

Users may now create reference profiles when creating new instrument profiles. Reference stations are commonly referred to as base stations, and the reference profile allows the user to store important information about the receiver they intend to use as their RTK base station.

Radio Configuration

Users may now configure radio settings for both Rover and Reference profiles, allowing Base/Rover RTK setups. Users may set radio frequencies, base station ID preferences, message formats, and more.

Internal GNSS Connection

Users may now select the internal GNSS receiver of their android device as their instrument. This allows users to take GIS-grade observations and view their position within a project without any Bluetooth connections. Users can also stake out points while using this method, providing a convenient way to quickly locate survey evidence without being connected to a receiver.

Geoid Catalog

Users may now download their preferred geoid directly to their device, to be used immediately within their project setup. This removes the necessity for storing unnecessary geoid files on your device, or for manually downloading them and transferring them to the device separately. MicroSurvey’s entire geoid catalog is available for download.

Stake Report

Users may export a CSV-format stake report of points staked in their current project. This allows easier data validation and confirmation. Exported reports may be easily shared via email, SMS message, or any of several other services that allow sharing on android devices.
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