ABOUT SUN SURVEY CO., LTD
Sun Survey Co., Ltd is an industry-leading supplier of land survey and precision measurement technologies based in the UK. Supporting professionals across a diverse range of industries – from Engineering and Construction, to Archaeology and Forensics – we hire and sell both new and reconditioned equipment, as well as providing comprehensive service, technical support and training.
As a fully accredited authorised distributor and service partner of Leica Geosystems, STONEX and channel distribution partner of FARO Technologies and SPX Radiodetection, Opti-cal offers an extensive range of precision survey equipment, including Total Stations, 3D Laser Scanners, Theodolites, GPS/GNSS Surveying Equipment, Construction Lasers, Levels, Utility Detectors, Safety and Used Survey Equipment.
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Can PHAM and Lau Ngoc NGUYEN, Vietnam Keywords: RTPPP, IGS-RTS Corrections, Bathymetric, Maritime Applications, Real-time Kinematic Positioning, Hydrographic Surveying, Offshore Surveying SUMMARY At present, the real-time kinematic relative positioning techniques such as DGPS and RTK are being used widely for hydrographic surveying in order to determine the horizontal position of river/sea bottom points. Limitations ofread more
Hemisphere GNSS is a part of the UNISTRONG GLOBAL Group: a well known Company, market leader of Smart GNSS heading antennas for navigation and machine control and advanced GNSS boards. Now Hemisphere GNSS added the Global Correction System Atlas® to its services portfolio and Stonex new GNSS units are able to take advantage from Atlas®.read more
Moving Bed Biofilm Reactor (MBBR) is an artificial treatment process that uses materials as a substrate for microorganisms adhesion to grow and develop, a combination of traditional Aerotank and aerobic biofilter. A. Introduce technology MBBR is the latest technology in the field of wastewater treatment because of its space-saving and high processing efficiency. Similar toread more
Using solar power and what they refer to “super sponges,” a team of engineers at the University of Texas at Austin have developed a neat, and potentially life-saving, magic trick: pulling water out of thin air. The sponges are actually hydrogels, gel-polymer hybrid materials that are designed to hold and contain substantial amounts of water.read more