Laser Technology LaserGIS ArcPad Software Extension

Laser Technology LaserGIS ArcPad Software Extension


LaserGIS expedites the process of storing the laser’s positioning and measurements into ArcPad with fewer steps and a clear understanding of how to manage the next shot.


  • Automatically import distance, height, azimuth, slope, spans or clearance values within GIS attributes
  • Apply declination settings based on GPS location
  • Map multiple objects from one location
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Built on ArcPad’s platform, LaserGIS makes data collection from laser rangefinders quicker and easier. This software enhances ArcPad’s current laser offset functionality by seamlessly integrating the data from a Laser Technology rangefinder.


Setup is simple and if the rangefinder is Bluetooth enabled, LaserGIS can collect the data automatically. The program offers fewer steps and more control in managing rangefinder data, such as reference point setting and quick traverse calculations.


Data is saved in ArcPad format for optional transfer into ArcGIS. 

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What versions of ArcPad does LaserGIS work with?
LaserGIS works with ArcPad 8 and ArcPad 10 on both mobile devices and desktop computers.

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