GPS (Global Positioning System) provides reliable positioning and navigation services to users regardless of weather or time of day. GPS is a constellation of 24 -36 satellites orbiting the earth, four monitoring stations located on earth, and the GPS receivers owned by users. Sophisticated triangulation algorithms use time, distance, satellite position and error correction logic to determine locations on or near the earth.
Communication companies make use of the accurate positional information to locate, plan and engineer their facilities. With the vast amount of GPS derived landbase information available in the public domain, communication companies are funding GPS projects to position their plant on these accurate landbase sources. Based upon your data requirements and target GIS, e-TICS can provide solutions to translate GPS data captured in the field to meaningful data on your map. When using e-TICS, Mid-State Consultants will provide XML integration between the GPS data and e-TICS OSP.
Mid-State Consultants has been providing GPS services to our clients since 1995. We have broad experience in GPS technology, using lasers and compasses to efficiently and accurately capture positional data. We provide or configure data dictionaries to support attribute acquisition activities as well as modules to download GPS information from the data collector to GIS. Most frequently our clients request Mid-State Consultants to provide GPS mapping grade positional accuracy (approximately 1 meter) as a standard for their projects. Often times the data capture teams combine GPS and field inventory into an integrated process to gather plant and subscriber information for communication companies . We look forward to talking with you about GPS technology and how it can benefit your operations.
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Mid-State Consultants receives award from National ESOP
WASHINGTON, April 9, 2012 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- The ESOP Association has presented 49 corporate members of the Association with a Silver ESOP Award to recognize their work in sustaining their ESOP (employee stock ownership plan) for 25 years or more. This year, the Silver ESOP Awards are being presented to companies that will be celebrating 25 years or more as an ESOP company in 2012. This is the fifth year the Silver ESOP Awards have been presented by the Association. In 2008, 117 corporate members were presented with the first annual Silver ESOP Awards; 2009, 12 members; 2010, 22 members; and in 2011, 41 members were honored. To be named a Silver ESOP Award recipient, a company must be a member of The ESOP Association and have an ESOP in place for 25 years or more. "It is my pleasure to present these 49 companies with the 2012 Silver ESOP Award for excellence in sustaining their ESOP for 25 years," said ESOP Association President J. Michael Keeling. "As recent research has shown, employees with employee stock ownership have more sustainable employment and were four times less likely to be laid off during the Great Recession than employees without employee stock ownership. Preserving locally-controlled jobs in today's global economy is more likely when employees are owners." Read story...
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