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A primer on one of the most important companions to civil engineering: land surveyors. Conventional measurement tools like a tape measure and protractor don't work for large civil structures and public works projects. Surveying is essentially the science of measuring big stuff. In this video I give a quick explanation of how surveying works and show a few ways you can do your own leveling survey at home. No sines, cosines, or tangents required! -Patreon: 🤍 -Website: 🤍ering Marxist Arrow by Twin Musicom is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution License Source: 🤍 Tonic and Energy by Elexive is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution License Source: 🤍 Thumbnail Photo: Hugo Chisolm (CC BY-SA 4.0) This video is sponsored by Blue Apron.
Join me on Social Media: 🖥️ Website: 🤍 👤 Facebook: 🤍 👕 Survey Shirts - 🤍 👥 Private Facebook Group: 🤍 📸 Instagram: 🤍 👔 LinkedIn: 🤍 ✉️ Email: rami🤍tamimi.biz Chapters: 0:00 Intro 0:12 Science & Technology 4:36 Legal Aspects 8:32 Art of Surveying About Professor Rami Tamimi: Rami Tamimi is an American doctorate student at The Ohio State University working towards his Doctor of Philosophy in Geodetic Engineering. With over 8 years of experience in the Land Development Industry, his experience revolves around traditional field surveying, civil design work using AutoCAD Civil 3D, and geospatial technology including LiDAR, SONOR, and Photogrammetric data acquisition and processing with the use of Unmanned Aircraft Systems or Drones. He is also a University Professor and creates instructional video content on YouTube. #Surveying #LandSurveying #HowtoSurvey
A day of land surveying in the Catskill Mountains. I thought it would be an interesting exercise to film a day of work. This is a pretty typical day for where I survey. We started the day marking out a property line for a client who was having trees cleared and then moved on to a small boundary survey. Work is always interesting and we get to see some very old and unique things out in the woods. Something new everyday when you survey.
Surveying a commercial property from start to finish. I had some right of way issues, but the survey turned out good. - - - - - - - - Cameras: Canon HF R500 GoPro Hero5 Black GoPro HD Hero (original) iPhone 8 Audio Recording Device: Tascam DR-05X Editing Software: Shotcut | Snowmobiler Off-Roader Hunter Fisherman Outdoorsman
In this video we talk to Wayne who is a licensed surveyor. Wayne tells us why it's important to get a "Property Iron" or "Property Pin" locate before installing a fence. Midwest Fence is the largest and oldest fence contractor in the Twin Cities area. We have achieved this through a commitment to excellence that refuses to compromise quality in fencing materials and workmanship. Our wood and chain link fence materials adhere to the highest industry standards. Our factory trained crews ensure a professional installation of your fence. An excellent warranty and over 75 years of stability assures our customers peace of mind after their purchase. Our number 1 priority is to ensure our customers are satisfied with the job we do. With over seven acres of inventory, Midwest Fence offers the largest selection of fencing materials of any fence contractor in Minnesota. We welcome visits to our showroom where our friendly and courteous staff will assist you in your choice of a fence that best fits your needs. If you are looking for the contractor that provides the best value in fencing, Midwest Fence should be your choice.
Chris Sweeney, LSI, walks you through a "typical" day in the life of a CGA land surveyor. Notable Pros: not being laid off during winter months, getting to choose to work in isolation or with a team of surveyors, working outdoors. Cons: it can get cold or hot (we're in Iowa after all!), and surveyors do run into the occasional bug, snake, and poison ivy!
Find out about careers in Land Surveying as you follow Curtis, a Land Surveyor-in-Training. Learn what land surveyors do and discover the career ladder within this career field. Land surveying is the measurement and mapping of landforms, property boundaries and constructions projects. Surveying careers offer opportunities to work in the field or in an office but all surveyors need to be organized and precise because their work is critical to meet exacting standards for modern construction, official records and land use. Widseth specializes in land surveying, engineering, architecture and environmental services and is the leading surveying firm in our region, providing extensive service to governments, commercial builders and private landowners. The career ladder for surveyors usually starts out in the field as an assistant on a survey crew. With a 2-year certificate you can become a land survey technician. If you complete a 4-year degree in Land Surveying you can become a surveyor-in-training and work your way up to becoming a licensed land surveyor. Professionals in surveying careers can work in a variety of specialized areas including Cartography, Geographic Information Systems, and Photogrammetry. There are careers for surveyors all across the country. Here in Minnesota, more than two thousand people work in land surveying and mapping careers and the demand for new surveyors is expected to grow eleven percent in the next five years. As a high school student, it is important to start preparing now for your future career. Ask your school counselor about courses and other opportunities that will help you learn more about careers in land surveying. Choosing a career and educational path after high school is one of the most important decisions you can make. In a time of life when there are more questions than answers, the Bridges Career Academies and Workplace Connection provides information about education and career pathways and gives you the tools you need to make a smart choice…one that’s right for you and right for your future. To learn more visit BridgesConnection.org
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Link to MooreBass 🤍 Daniel's Linkedin 🤍 MooreBass ROCK Cloud and Data 🤍 ROCK LiDAR Forum 🤍 In this video we jump right into how MooreBass Civil Engineering is using drone LiDAR in their surveying practices. Daniel takes us through how his team is able to work with their clients both faster and safer by leveraging drones and LiDAR.
Use your county's #GIS website to find your parcel and get the survey information. Use popular services like Google Maps and an accurate #GPS device to find the corners of your property. Music from Uppbeat (free for Creators!): Intro - 🤍 License code: T7MEFWTMB02UCW0G Background - 🤍 License code: AYYOLSZ6VCTMNZ3Z
Perhaps you’ve seen a land surveyor and thought, “What’s that person doing?” Land surveyors are a unique breed. Their job (art and science!) is to determine the terrestrial or three-dimensional positions of points and distances and angles between them. This process is to use these points to establish maps and boundaries for ownership, locations, etc. In a lot of cases, land surveyors will be hired to determine where the property lines are located. However, there are other reasons why land may be surveyed. In this video, we’ll discuss land surveying as a whole and everything you need to know before you get a survey yourself. And for additional information, you can read our full blog post at: 🤍 For additional resources: 🤍 If you liked this video and are looking to buy land, you'll love our Gokce Land Due Diligence Program. You can check it out at: 🤍 Don't forget to check out our inventory of $1 Down properties at: 🤍 Disclaimer: we are not lawyers, accountants or financial advisors and the information in this video is for informational purposes only. This video is based on our own research and experience and, while we do our best to keep it accurate and up-to-date, but it may contain errors. Please be sure to consult a legal or financial professional before making any investment or purchasing decisions.
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A Land Survey is an important record that farmers, homesteads and other land owners need to keep on hand. When questions arise about property lines, these records can often quickly settle disputes before they get out of hand. This is why you need a land survey for your homestead. WE LOVE OUR PATRONS! 🤍 #landsurvey #surveyor #homesteading
You probably have seen someone with a GPS surveying kit in your life. But what does he do and how it really works? That is a great question about GPS surveying. GPS surveying is the easy way of land surveying. Around the world there are many navigation satellites. Those satellites send satellite signals. Based on those satellite signals a GNSS receiver can determine the position. But that position is not that accurate. That is because there are always obstacles between the satellite and the GNSS receiver. The biggest obstacle is the athmosphere around the world. But the error that occurs of this obstacle can be corrected. The correction comes from a base station. A base station is a stationary GNSS receiver. When the GNSS receiver gets the corrections of the base station than you can GPS survey with centimeter accuracy. Of course the best software to do GPS surveying is Apglos Survey Wizard. You can download Apglos Survey Wizard from the Google Play Store: 🤍 Find our dealers here: 🤍 And check the land surveying software and hardware in our webshop: 🤍 If you like this video or want to stay up to date to our offers and discounts subscribe to our youtube channel: 🤍 To connect a GNSS receiver to land survey app Apglos Survey Wizard we use the free app Apglos Config Wizard. You can download this free app from the Google Play Store: 🤍 Apglos created this video. Apglos is a software development company. And we developed the easiest land survey app. It is Apglos Survey Wizard.
The purpose of this video is to introduce the viewers to basic distance measurement and the processes associated with the measurement process. We will be measuring distances by pacing. There are three steps in doing this. Join me on Social Media: 🖥️ Website: 🤍 👥 Private Facebook Group: 🤍 📸 Instagram: 🤍 👔 LinkedIn: 🤍 ✉️ Email: rami🤍tamimi.biz Step 1 - Pace Calibration We have established a baseline by which you can determine (calibrate) your pace length. You calibrate you pace against a known standard (200 feet) by counting the number of paces you take between two pre-established points exactly 200 feet apart. Repeat the procedure. Record the number of paces you took each time you paced the calibrated distance. Step 2 - Pace between points You will pace between three different points. These point will be marked with lathes and colored ribbons. Measure the distance between each of the points by pacing a minimum of two (2) times. Typically, the distances are paced once (forward) by going clockwise and once again (reverse) counter-clockwise. If the repeat distances between any of the points differ from the initial measurements by more than two paces; repeat the measurement of that particular course. Step 3 - Analyze the Data Determine your calibrated pace by averaging the number of paces (add the four entries and divide by 4) you recorded on the calibration line (200 feet line) and divide the average into 200 feet. The resultant, calibrated pace. This will then be used to find the distance between the points in feet, by multiplying it by the number of paces taken between the points. Then we will calculate the accuracy by subtracting our paced distance from the actual distance to get the difference. The dividing the difference from the actual distance to get the accuracy. Ghilani Book states that experienced "pacers" can achieve an accuracy of 1/50 to 1/100 - that is +/- 1 Part of Error in 50 to 100 parts of measured distance. So - if you achieve say 1/100 – that’s very good. Conversely, if you achieve 1/50 - that's not as good. About Professor Rami Tamimi: Rami Tamimi is an American doctorate student at The Ohio State University working towards his Doctor of Philosophy in Geodetic Engineering. With over 8 years of experience in the Land Development Industry, his experience revolves around traditional field surveying, civil design work using AutoCAD Civil 3D, and geospatial technology including LiDAR, SONOR, and Photogrammetric data acquisition and processing with the use of Unmanned Aircraft Systems or Drones. He is also a University Professor and creates instructional video content on YouTube. Intro: (0:00) What is Pacing: (0:15) Calibrating our Pace: (2:44) Pacing between Points: (6:06) Calculating Distance and Accuracy: (8:37) Outro: (11:51) #Surveying #Pacing #Calibration
And the very best land survey app for Android is ................. That we will tell in this video. Also we will tell you why this app is the best land survey app for Android. If you are following our channel then for sure you will already know the answer. But still then it is worth watching. Raymond will do an unexpected dance in this video. Anyway the reasons why this app is the best land survey app for Android are: -It is very easy to use -It is compatible with any GNSS receiver -It has many predefined coordinate reference systems integrated -It has full functionality. Of course the best land survey app for Android is Apglos Survey Wizard. But yeah you already new that. You can download Apglos Survey Wizard from the Google Play Store: 🤍 Find our dealers here: 🤍 And check the land surveying software and hardware in our webshop: 🤍 If you like this video or want to stay up to date to our offers and discounts subscribe to our youtube channel: 🤍 To connect a GNSS receiver to land survey app Apglos Survey Wizard we use the free app Apglos Config Wizard. You can download this free app from the Google Play Store: 🤍 Apglos created this video. Apglos is a software development company. And we developed the easiest land survey app. It is Apglos Survey Wizard.
This video is all about how you can land survey with an Android phone. Main thing is to download Apglos Survey Wizard: 🤍 An Android phone has inbuilt GPS. Also the Nokia 1 Plus does. We divided the video in three parts to make it easy for you to understand and you can start to land survey with an Android phone. 1. what you need to land survey with an Android phone 2. how you survey a point and a line with Apglos Survey Wizard 3. and how accurate it is to land survey with a phone Apglos created this video. Apglos is a software development company. And we developed the easiest land survey app. It is Apglos Survey Wizard. It is free to download from the Google Play Store: 🤍 So make sure you try Apglos Survey Wizard. It is one of the first steps on how to survey land with an Android phone. Check out more on Apglos Survey Wizard: 🤍 If surveying with an Android phone is not something for you then you can get one of our GNSS receivers: 🤍
Most phones have GPS, but how do you use it to land survey an area? That is a good question, because many people want to use the GPS of their phone to land survey. And when they want to land survey they want to measure for example the area of their property. So then they want to know how to use the GPS on their phone to land survey an area. And that is exactly what we explain in this video. To land survey an area with the GPS of your phone you only need one extra app. That is a land survey app. And the easiest land survey app is Apglos Survey Wizard. So if you want to land survey with a phone then use Apglos Survey Wizard. You will be able to land survey with it. If it is wise to land survey with the GPS of your phone is a second question. That is why we compare the results of the measured area with a phone with the result of the area of a complete GPS surveying kit. Check out the results. Topograhic surveying is one of the main things in land surveying. But you can do it yourself. When you want to do topograhic surveying yourself then GPS surveying is the way to go. To do topograhic surveying with GPS you only need: - a GNSS receiver (we use the Emlid Reach RS2) - a GPS rod - a tablet mount - an Android tablet (we use the Apglos Armor) - Land survey software (we use Apglos Survey Wizard) With only this you can do topograhic survey. The reason why you can do topograhic survey with this is the easy to use land survey software Apglos Survey Wizard. It is the easiest land survey app for Android. In this video we show you how to survey a point, line, arc, polyline and a polygon with this easy to use land survey app for Android. Those are also the main elements that you will use in topograhic surveying. You can download Apglos Survey Wizard from the Google Play Store: 🤍 Find our dealers here: 🤍 And check the land surveying software and hardware in our webshop: 🤍 If you like this video or want to stay up to date to our offers and discounts subscribe to our youtube channel: 🤍 To connect a GNSS receiver to land survey app Apglos Survey Wizard we use the free app Apglos Config Wizard. You can download this free app from the Google Play Store: 🤍 Apglos created this video. Apglos is a software development company. And we developed the easiest land survey app. It is Apglos Survey Wizard.
This 13 part series, known as Fractured Land Patterns, is the history of BLM. It was created in the mid 1980's as an interpretation of BLMs colorful history. The historical perspective presented centers around the uses, federal laws, and landmark events on Americas public lands which contributed to the fractured land ownership patterns that remain today. The series is divided into 2 broad sections the first is called The Public Disposal Era and consists of videos 1 - 6. The second is called Conservation and Beyond and covers videos 7 -13. The thirteen chapters in this chronology trace the settlement of the West from colonial times through the passage of the Federal Land Policy and Management Act of 1976 (FLPMA), which provides BLM with its multiple use mission. Set against the backdrop of dynamic economic, social, and environmental change, and with shifting national priorities, this series explains how the missions of the General Land Office and the U.S. Grazing Service were merged with a stroke of the pen by President Harry S. Truman in 1946 to create the Bureau of Land Management Disclaimer: The opinions and statements of non-BLM personnel are included to illustrate alternative points of view at the time and do not necessarily represent the official position of the BLM.
Who Would Enjoy A Career As A Land Surveyor? Watch this video to find out what type of person this career appeals to. Be sure to check our other videos for other information on becoming a Land Surveyor in BC.
A Fort St. John land surveyor explains why precision is crucial when dealing with clients' properties and land boundaries. He likes the variety of office and fieldwork and may travel to remote locations by ATV, snowmobile or helicopter. Check out these websites to learn more about choosing a career and finding a job in British Columbia: 🤍 🤍 Follow us on Twitter: 🤍 Like us on Facebook: 🤍
REI's Land Survey Department Manager, Josh Prentice, answers questions regarding surveying to cover topics such as common types of surveys, why surveys are needed, and how to determine the type of survey needed. Josh talks about boundary surveys, Certified Survey Maps (CSM), American Land Title Association (ALTA) surveys, and more.