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Other Enhancements
Starting and Exiting SMI
Running Commands
Pocket SMI Interface
Command Bar
Command Tabs
Status Bar
Classic SMI Interface
Classic SMI Menu Bar
File Menu
Geoid Menu
Help Menu
Data Display Area
Soft Key Menu
Sidebar Menu Buttons
Command Key Menu
Task Bar (Windows CE)
Title Bar (Pocket PC)
Contacting SMI/Eagle Point
Installation Requirements
Authorizing SMI
Before You Install SMI
Migrating to SMI Version 8
Backing Up the Entire Job Listing
Un-Installing SMI V7.#x
Installing SMI Using ActiveSync®
Creating a New Job
Transferring a Job Using ActiveSync
Transferring a Job Using SMI Transfer
Using an Existing Job
Setting Up the Command Keys
Adding a Command to the Command Keys Menu
Installing a Geoid File
Turning on the Geoid File Option
Setting the Meters or Feet Option
Instrument Support
Electronic Total Stations
GPS Receivers
Create a New Job
Notes, Elevations, and Raw Data
Note Sequencing
Selecting Your Instrument
Connect the Data Collector to Your Instrument
Basic Surveying
Inputting Points Manually
Copy JOB1
View Coordinates
Inverse by Coordinates
Electronic Data Entry
Staking Points
Working with Elevations
Store an Assumed Elevation at Point 3
Use Benchmark
One Optional Procedure for Trigonometric Leveling
Predetermined Area
Hinge Method
Slide Method
Setting Time within SMI
How to Check the Current Time
Determining Astronomic Azimuth
Stake to a Point
Stake to a Line
Stake to a Curve Using the Stake Command
Stake to a Curve Using the Stake to a Curve Command
Stake to Points in the Random Points File
Staking Shortcuts Using Random Points
Staking by Station (STA) and Offsets
Line Stakeout
Curve Stakeout
Multiple Sets of Angles to Multiple Points
Multiple Angle Method 1
Multiple Angle Method 2
Shots Routine Using an Instrument
Storing Elevations at Known North and East Points
Conditions Necessary to Use the STOEL Function
Free Station Resection Explanation
Free Station Resection Example
Trial Run with Data Collection
Printout of Your Data
View Function
Raw Data
Make a Backup Copy of Your Job
Adjusting Angles (Including Side Shots)
Making a Compass Rule Adjustment
Computing Area
Rotating Coordinates
Translating Coordinates
Separate Distance and Angle
Storing a Point Behind and to the Left of the Prism
Using ZHA to Store Multiple Points at an Offset or at a Distance Forward or Back
Azimuth Surveying
SMI Software Features and Examples
Creating a Job
Traversing the Boundary from Point 1 to Point 7
Traverse to Point 1 Using the Inversed Distance
Designing a Spiral with 5 as the Main PI
Entering Horizontal Control
Check the New Tangent Lengths from Points 9 and 10
Stake a Point at Station 6+00
Staking Right of Way
Staking the Centerline
Staking a Point on an Offset and Incrementing
Entering Vertical Control
Draw Vertical Control
Entering Templates
Draw the Template
Templates – Uncommon
Templates with Curbs
Cut Templates without a Fill Slope
Fill Templates without a Back Slope
Template with Ditch Bottom Example
Widening Example
Superelevation Example
Interpolation Between Templates
Copy Templates to Other Side
Slope Staking
Cutsheet Files
Automatically Generating Cutsheet Files
Entering a Single Spiral
Entering a Spiral and an Arc
Spiral Program
Supported Robotic Equipment
Robotic Functions
Auto Shots
Real-time Side Shot
Real-time Stakeout
Instrument Servo Positioning Screen
Robot Servo Menu
Angle Turning
Other Robotic Features
Notes About Using SMI with Robotic Total Stations
GPS Functions
GPS Status Screen
GPS Average Shots
How GPS Works
How SMI Makes RTK GPS Easy
State Plane Conversion
Currently Supported Projections
GPS Setup Using an Assumed Coordinate (Geodetic BS)
GPS Setup Using Two Known Points
Occupy and Backsight
Two-Point Free Station
GPS Setup Using One Point and a Reference Angle
GPS Setup Using a Local Benchmark
GPS Setup Using Multiple Rovers
Setup Multiple Rovers (Macro)
Manual Method
GPS Setup Using an Independent Receiver
SMI Flex GPS WAAS Offset
SMI Flex StarFire ITRF2000 Current EPOCH Offset
GPS Data Collection
Taking Side Shots
Side Shot Offset
Real-time Side Shots
GPS Staking
Simple Point Staking
Graphical Point Staking
Static Post Processing
Closed Loop Network
Open Loop Network (Single Base Station)
Collecting Static Data
Downloading Static Log Files
Processing Static Data
Submitting RINEX Files to OPUS
SMI Flex Antenna Calibration Values
Raw Data Generated by GPS Routines
Average Position
Set Base Position
Position Using NMEA LLQ and NMEA PJK
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SMI Version 8 User Guide

SMI Version 8 User Guide

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Published by George Costea
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Published by: George Costea on Apr 08, 2013
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