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Leveling Instrumentation and Adjustment

Course Number
0026
Price
40.00
Overview
This course is intended to help the intermediate level technician or professional who is involved in significant leveling activities.  It is also recommended for supervisors, project managers and field engineers who supervise crews performing leveling.  This course starts with an introduction to the various types of levels, beginning with dumpy and tilting levels, before moving into the design concepts of the automatic level, whether optical or digital.  Additional discussion on leveling equipment, such as rods, hand levels, micrometers, zenith and nadir plummets, is covered.  The course concludes with an overview of basic checks to ensure proper automatic level function, including parallax, cross hair horizontality, level bubble, and the horizontal cross hair position using the two-peg test.

Suggested Prerequisites:
Differential Leveling ​​
and/or experience background on the leveling process.  Some learners may also benefit from Errors in Surveying, Systematic Errors I, Systematic Errors II, Random Errors I, Random Errors II.
Objective(s)
Learners who successfully complete this course will receive a certificate of completion for 1 professional development hour.
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Instructor: 

Joseph V.R. Paiva is CEO of GeoLearn, LLC (www.geo-learn.com), which is launching an online professional education business for the geospatial industry in early 2014. Joe started this business with his partner Bob Morris, whose most recent global industry position was President of Leica Mapping. Previously, Dr. Paiva was CTO of SADAR 3D and COO of Gatewing NV, a Belgian unmanned airborne systems company. Prior engagements in consulting were in the field of geomatics and general business, particularly to international developers, manufacturers and distributors of instrumentation and other geomatics tools. Dr. Paiva and Mr. Morris continue to be involved in consultancy through a separate partnership called GeoSpatial Associates, LLC will continue this consultancy. Joe’s career includes: managing director of Spatial Data Research, Inc., a GIS data collection, compilation and software development company; various assignments at Trimble Navigation Ltd. including senior scientist and technical advisor for Land Survey research & development, VP of the Land Survey group, and director of business development for the Engineering and Construction Division; vice president and a founder of Sokkia Technology, Inc., guiding development of GPS- and software-based products for surveying, mapping, measurement and positioning. He has also held senior technical management positions in The Lietz Co. and Sokkia Co. Ltd. Prior to that was assistant professor of civil engineering at the University of Missouri-Columbia, and a partner in a surveying/civil engineering consulting firm. He has continued his interest in teaching by serving as an adjunct instructor for online course development and teaching at the Missouri University of Science and Technology. His key contributions in the development field are: design of software flow for the SDR2, SDR20 series and SDR33 Electronic Field Books and software interface for the Trimble TTS500 total station. He is a registered Professional Engineer and Professional Land Surveyor, has served as ACSM representative to the Accrediting Board for Engineering and Technology (ABET), serving as a program evaluator, team chair, and commissioner and has more than 30 years experience working in civil engineering, surveying and mapping. He writes for POB, GeoDataPoint and The Empire State Surveyor magazines and has been a past contributor of columns to Civil Engineering News. Joe has also been a consultant to the Geomatics Industry Association of America, later reorganized under the Association of Equipment Manufacturers (AEM) as the Geospatial Industry Group, Joe has organized and presented workshops and authored and edited articles for the technical press in this role.

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