Where Have You Been with Your LS Lately?

Barbee Road - Cleveland County NC

Adam:
Great video, I consider you a lucky guy to have that help along with you on both jobs!! If I may ask, what profile setup did you use for the creek location, and what base and which TLS were used, TLS standard, or TLS +. Also why the second TLS along the creek. I genuinely enjoy the videos that you and others post.
 

Adam

Well-Known Member
5PLS
Thanks Steve, It was the same Job and the same day for both of them. Laney's a good worker. The 2nd LS is so Laney could take creek shots too. She was carrying a standard LS. I had the LS Plus and the base was a standard LS. When using multiconstellation on the LS or the LS Plus I have found the solution to be true when 2 or more engines fix for a few seconds. I was using a verify profile with a confidence of 5 and stopping the observation manually when I felt comfortable.
 
Thanks Steve, It was the same Job and the same day for both of them. Laney's a good worker. The 2nd LS is so Laney could take creek shots too. She was carrying a standard LS. I had the LS Plus and the base was a standard LS. When using multiconstellation on the LS or the LS Plus I have found the solution to be true when 2 or more engines fix for a few seconds. I was using a verify profile with a confidence of 5 and stopping the observation manually when I felt comfortable.
Thanks for the information. I noticed in the video you were knocking out the creek shots very efficiently, just amazing!
 

K Davis

Member
Zipline survey on Wolfe and Lee County line, KY. The photo next to the big white pine was a stakeout. I taped and compassed it in from a clearer area by the road and it fixed within 0.10' as soon as I plumbed the rod, and it was a good fix. Basically locating strips 40 feet wide with 5 zipline legs totaling 4000' as centerline plus taking in all the platforms on either ends of the lines.
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