A monitoring installation lets you detect displacement or movement in natural and manmade structures. It provides the data you need to understand the speed, direction and magnitude of any motion. The software is the core of your monitoring project. It controls the measurements, manages and analyzes the data, and provides decision support.
Getting started is easy with scalable monitoring solutions from Trimble. Trimble 4D Control provides analysis and management tools to help you start small and grow. As your expertise in monitoring increases, you can easily expand from postprocessed deformation monitoring campaigns all the way to real-time systems that manage your projects and alert the operator of significant motion events.
The Trimble 4D Control software provides different components for different monitoring requirements. Each component offers a number of functions for specific monitoring operations such as instrument control, data collection and data processing.
The web front-end of Trimble 4D Control offers comprehensive tools for data visualization, data analysis, event logging and alarming. It is optimized for fast response and live data visualization in map and custom views. It contains simple, fast charting facilities and color coded scatter plots for quick data analysis as well as high-level analysis tools for detailed inspections.
Complete Sensor Management
Trimble 4D Control manages all of your sensors. It measures and stores the data according to schedules that you define. By leveraging GNSS, geotechnical sensors, and surveying instruments and tools, learn how Trimble enables geospatial professionals to customize a monitoring solution to meet the needs of even the most demanding applications.
- Create comprehensive monitoring systems using GNSS receivers, optical total stations and geotechnical sensors
- Enhance and customize your monitoring capability to address a wide range of applications
- Measure, analyze, visualize and report on your monitoring projects
- Manage your system and view results from remote locations