Discussion in 'Android / iOS Tools' started by Phillip Lancaster, Mar 12, 2018.
Any chance on controlling a Leica Robot?
I’d say no on this. Even if it were possible which I don’t think it is, it would not make sense to spend a lot of time developing software to control other manufacturers’ equipment.
The idea that I think I am seeing, is that Mr. Javad feels that there is no need to develop a "work around" for when GPS don't work, when GPS has not been pushed to it's limits. And, the limits keep changing... And He's the GPS captain of the planet!
Total Station Collect and Stake are being worked on now. In fact Total Station Collect is already implemented in the Test branch of J-Field.
So is that a manual input?
Manual input makes sense.
If I'm understanding this correctly, you can install the Mobile Tools app on a smartphone or tablet, and use it like a survey controller for your GPS? Would this allow you to run the T2 or 1M like an internet rover for RTK work?
If the operating system is the same, couldn't you just load your robot software on the LS and run it from the main windows screen? Forgive me if that's a real dumb question.
Yes you can do this although the features in the Mobile Tools app are not as advanced and developed as they are in J-Field.
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