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Carlson Introduces Vsx7 GNSS Receiver for Machine Control

MAYSVILLE, Kentucky, U.S.A. (January 2020) — Carlson Machine Control has introduced the Vsx7 multi-frequency position and heading receiver. The Vsx7 is a multiGNSS receiver designed specifically for machine control and can be installed on excavators, drills, pile drivers, and more. Paired with the Carlson A45 antennas, the Vsx7 features high-precision positioning in Athena RTK, Atlas […] ...

Scanning the New Year for Inspiration

We at Carlson hope that you had a great 2019 and are poised and ready for another great year in 2020. Everything came and went so fast last year – we got cheated almost a whole week from Thanksgiving to Christmas and Wednesday is the worst day for Christmas and New Year’s Day. I have […] ...
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Carlson Unveils New C-ALS® Gyro at SME 2019

MAYSVILLE, Kentucky, U.S.A. (February 2019) — Carlson Software unveiled the new C-ALS Gyro as part of its Laser Measurement Devices (LMD) product division at the 2019 SME Annual Conference and Expo at their booth #1303. The new Carlson Cavity Auto-Scanning Laser System (C-ALS) Gyro gives greater navigational capability, ensuring that the probe’s position along the […] ...

Carlson Software’s Nicholas Bugosh Publishes Results of Fluvial Geomorphic-Reclamation

MAYSVILLE, Kentucky, U.S.A. (January 2019) — Carlson Software’s Nicholas Bugosh, GeoFluv Technical Director, published the evaluation of sediment production from native and fluvial geomorphic-reclamation watersheds at La Plata Mine. The San Juan Coal Company reclaimed 743 hectares at its La Plata Mine using the GeoFluv fluvial geomorphic reclamation design method from the years 1999 through […] ...

Best Practice in Mine Rehabilitation Course Featured Carlson Natural Regrade

The Universidad Complutense Madrid recently presented an International Complutense Course featuring world-renowned specialists in the design and modeling of fluvial geomorphic mine restorations. A total of 36 attendees came from nine countries representing five continents. The lecturers and trainers included Professor Greg Hancock from the University of Newcastle (Australia), an international authority on the use […] ...
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