JAVAD designs and manufactures products using multi-constellation, multi-frequency GNSS technology, providing solutions for demanding applications such as positioning, timing, land survey, and aerospace and maritime industries.View Applications
July 28, 2022
JAVAD Mobile Tools for Android™ Version 4.5
JAVAD Mobile Tools (JMT) version 4.5 contains improvements for easier use on your Android™ device. Please backup all your JMT data from the JAVAD folder before updating. Release Notes Access Rights Android™ 10 changed access rights for privacy. Applicable Receivers TRIUMPH-1M TRIUMPH-2, TRIUMPH-3 ALPHA, SIGMA, OMEGA New Features Data exchange between controllers Augment reality stakeout […]
July 13, 2022
Firmware Version 4.2.01
Firmware version 4.2.01 adds many new features for improved performance of JAVAD receivers, as well as enhancements and bug fixes for easier operation. The details are included in the GNSS Receiver External Interface Specification (GREIS), revised June 25, 2022. Release Notes Applicable Receivers All JAVAD GNSS receivers Exceptions: TRIUMPH-LS/LS+, TRIUMPH-VS, TRIUMPH-2 rev3 and lower TRE_G3T […]
March 30, 2022
2022 Joint Surveying Conference
We are pleased to announce that Arizona Professional Land Surveyors (APLS), California Land Surveyors Association (CLSA), Nevada Association of Land Surveyors (NALS), Utah Council of Land Surveyors (UCLS), and the Western Federation of Professional Surveyors (WFPS) are partnering to host the Western Regional Survey Conference. The Conference will be held March 30 – April 2, […]
March 18, 2022
MALSCE 2022 Annual Convention
Workforce Development and Attracting the Next Generation of Surveyors Brought to you by the Central Massachusetts Chapter and MALSCE Sustaining Members Friday and Saturday, March 18 & 19, 2022 DoubleTree by Hilton Leominster 99 Erdman Way, Leominster, MA 01453 7:00 AM – 10:00 PM Friday 7:00 AM – 1:45 PM Saturday
Field Tested & Proven
The Triumph-LS Plus with the Triumph-3 is incredibly robust. With the standard Triumph-LS and Triumph-2 using GPS and Glonass only, I was able to work in ways I never thought possible, making my business extremely profitable without sacrificing reliability of my data. The Triumph-LS Plus continues to provide the reliable results in an incredibly shorter amount of time with its four multi-constellation engines. The Triumph-3 is incredibly small and powerful. I appreciate the long range Bluetooth and WiFi connections I have with it and the variety of UHF antennas I can use depending on my desired range with its internal UHF radio. I’m anxious to see if the external cellular antenna provides even better cellular reception than other models. Because of the adverse conditions I push RTK to work in, the upgrade cost was easy to justify as I’m sure the return on investment will be very short given the production gains I’m seeing.
With Javad’s Triumph LS Plus with RTPK, I can get repeatable, verifiable and accurate coordinates in the woods. Just don’t tell the competition, they still think it can’t be done.
I have had my Javad, base/rover now for a little over 2 years and have been very pleased with them. Over the last year I have upgraded to T3 and LS plus, which I am sure was a worth while investment. The environment in which I survey is probably 95% of the time heavy to extreme canopy. I have been able to accomplish practically all of my work with the Javad system. So much so, that the last time I used my total station was June, 2021, (for one shot). However, in those extreme circumstances, patience is a virtue. Now that I am in the twilight years of my career, this equipment has made it possible for me to go as a one horse outfit. It has made me feel as a young surveyor again looking forward to the challenge of getting those difficult shots while drinking my morning coffee. The surveying profession has made a lot of technological progress over the last forty years. The Javad equipment has been one of the top game changers for me.
TRIUMPH-LS+ and T3 with 35 watt radio
Can’t wait for my J-Link radio delivery. I have been kicking TRIMBLES hind quarters . Other 2 man crews on these hard terrain forestry jobs aren’t even breaking out there equipment. They just post, blaze and paint behind me as fast as i can walk.