British Columbia Testimonials
Dayton & Knight

Eliminating the base station and time to set it up is a feature appreciated by Jim Tryon, chief surveyor for Dayton & Knight, a consulting engineering firm based in British Columbia. "Compared to using the traditional GPS system consisting of a stationary base receiver, rover, and radio link between them, I find a network rover system saves me hours at the start of the project," says Tryon. He also likes the lighter equipment load, noting that he no longer carries a radio, antenna, tripods, batteries, and connecting cables to a job site. And, Tryon no longer worries about leaving equipment unattended and open to theft. On occasion, he has had to hire someone to guard a base station, adding cost to a project.