New Release: POSPac Go! from Applanix

Applanix has recently introduced POSPac Go! – a new feature to their industry leading GNSS-aided inertial post-processing software POSPac. It is an automated method of processing RTK corrections used during data acquisition to develop a smoothed best estimate of trajectory (SBET) file for use in a wide array of hydrographic survey packages. As with the standard POSPac processing, the option to use Trimble’s CenterPoint RTX satellite-based corrections is available as well. This functionality is available to current POSPac users running the latest POSPac firmware, as well as POS MV v10.3 or newer.

Looking for more information about POSPac Go!? Please call us at (863) 644-8712.

Trimble Honors Measutronics’ Nathan Keys with Outstanding Service Award

Trimble has given an Outstanding Service Award to Measutronics’ Nathan Keys earlier this week. Nathan received a support call from Veit & Company, Inc. late in the evening at the end of the week, reporting a production interruption on a 24 hr/day project. Nathan made the considerable effort to coordinate between Trimble departments across the world to get the customer back up and running with minimal downtime.

As a result, Veit reached out to Trimble to recognize his effort as critical to the work they accomplished through the weekend. Measutronics, as a Trimble Advanced Marine Partner, prides itself in its ability to provide quality technical support in their customers’ times of need. Nathan leads the Measutronics team in their Vancouver, WA office and has been with the company for 7 years.

Old Friends and New Technology: CONEXPO-CON/AGG 2020 Wrap up

Measutronics joined Trimble at CONEXPO-CON/AGG 2020, North America’s largest construction trade show, in Las Vegas, NV in March. Measutronics, a Trimble Advanced Marine Partner (AMP), demonstrated Trimble’s latest marine construction guidance systems using Trimble Marine Construction (TMC) software. TMC was displayed on a monitor and mirrored a typical setup an excavator operator might use in dredging and material placement operation. The software demonstration included a model excavator, equipped with sensors that mimic machine control, to give a realistic simulation of real-time excavator guidance in TMC.

During the conference, Darrell Stewart, Director of Operations at Southwind Construction, came to get a first-hand look at TMC software in action. Darrell (middle) met with Measutronics President, Lou Nash (left) and Construction Systems Specialist, Nathan Keys (right) at the booth. It was a reunion for Darrell and Lou as Measutronics’ first dredge guidance system was installed on a cutter suction dredge in the Southwind Construction fleet. Installed in 2003, utilizing Trimble’s HYDROpro software, the system is still in operation today.

Trimble now offers a complete system to provide all the hardware and software necessary for dredge guidance. If you would like more information on these systems and other offerings from Measutronics, please send us an email at