Let’s face it, sometimes we need to completely uninstall software to make it work better and Trimble Business Center (TBC) is no exception. Maybe it’s because the program is not running correctly or did not install properly. Alternatively, sometimes we just want to “clean-house” and restore default settings to return to a clean state.
In this article we will be looking at a very useful feature in Trimble Business Center (TBC) called Create CAD Points from Scan Points. To quote TBC’s Help menu, this allows you to “…create CAD points with elevations from selected scan points using spatial or random sampling. You can then use the scan-based CAD points to perform various CAD functions in TBC or export them to other systems.”
This blog article is about a valuable resource every Trimble Business Center user should know about.
It’s called the “TBC Resources PDF Presentation.” At first glance, you may not realize the full value if you don’t dig down a bit. Make no mistake, this is a treasure chest packed with a bounty of information.
In last month’s blog, we discussed “Using the TSC7’s Onboard Camera in Trimble Access.” This month, we’ll transfer our field data and photos to the office PC, then explore how to import and view the media files within Trimble Business Center.
View our video where we demonstrate searching, downloading and importing NGS control coordinates using Trimble Business Center’s Internet Download Routine.
Surveyors… Do you use the National Geodetic Survey’s “OPUS” service for post processing data? Did you know Trimble Business Center can streamline this and help avoid file conversion hassles, antenna height errors, and other possible issues? This month’s video shows how to use TBC for sending GNSS data files to the free NGS “OPUS” service for post processing.