The Rocky Mountain Surveyors Summit is Going Hybrid

Choose from in-person learning at the Denver Marriott West, 1717 Denver West Blvd., Golden, CO, or attend the virtual presentations on the web.

In-person education will be February 23-26, 2022.*

Virtual presentations will be broadcast the week of February 28 - March 4, 2022.**

CFedS Class will be a virtual class on Monday, February 28, 2022 – 8AM-5PM. The CFedS Class is a separate fee and includes CFedS CE credit and CE credit.

*In-person presentations will not be broadcast and can only be viewed by attending the event.

**To obtain continuing education (CE) credit for virtual presentations you must attend the original broadcast. PLSC will send CE credit based on broadcast attendance. All virtual presentations will be available for on-demand viewing throughout March 2022 for attendees to view at their convenience, but no CE credit will be provided for on-demand viewing.

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Trimble Access Data Storage Issue: Status and Recommendations 

Trimble has recently received reports of job data not properly saving in a rare number of cases.  The below bulletin outlines the issue, simple recommendations to avoid or mitigate the issue, current status, and where to go for more information.

When a surveyor typically uses Trimble Access to collect data on a job, that data is initially held in memory and then automatically written to disk every 3 seconds. Trimble has received reports that in rare instances, this automatic process is being suspended. This suspension by itself does not cause any data loss, as the data can still be saved at a later time. If, however, (1) the process is suspended AND (2) the application is unexpectedly shut down, then data loss may occur.

Click Here for the Bulletin

R12i Users Tip - best method for measuring where excessive tilt is necessary (e.g. Building Corners)

 Use the MultiTilt point measurement method to measure a point using three contributing tilted eBubble measurements.


When you measure a MultiTilt point, you position the tip of the pole at the desired measurement location and keep the pole tip fixed at the same location during the entire measurement process. Tilt the pole first in one direction and measure, tilt the pole in the second direction and measure, and then tilt the pole in the third direction and measure.

The below link will guide you through measuring three tilted observations.

Click Here to Learn How to Measure a MultiTilt Point

Vectors Inc.'s own Dustin Hoaglin teams up with Trimble to bring you

TBC Power Hour: Identifying and Resolving Common Field Blunders in TBC

Join the Trimble team for this month’s TBC Power Hour, as Dustin Hoaglin showcases how to identify and properly fix problematic data imported from the field. Learning these crucial steps will save you time and money and enable you to create accurate, error-free deliverables.  

Monday, Jan. 31st (4:00 pm MST)  Tuesday, Feb. 1st (8:00 am MST)

Interested in TBC Learning Content?

Working with Point Clouds—Point Feature Extraction eLearning Course Now Available!

Check out Trimble Learn and enroll in the latest TBC learning course, TBC: Working with Point Clouds—Point Feature Extraction or enroll in any of the 20 available courses to take your TBC skills to the next level. Access Trimble Learn through the support tab of Trimble Business Center or directly through the 'Access Trimble Learn’ link below. If you are a new user, register and get an account for free!

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