Javad Mobile Tools (JMT) allows you to connect JAVAD GNSS receivers to your Android™ device via Bluetooth® or WiFi. With an Internet connection, you can also connect to remote base stations.
JMT includes several tools designed for the JAVAD TRIUMPH-2 and TRIUMPH-1 GNSS receivers including the Survey tool which gives you control over data collection: Static, Trajectory or Stop-and-Go for Post-Processing.
The Survey tool also allows you to do RTK surveying and stakeout with your Android™ device by configuring the receiver as a Rover while receiving corrections from NTRIP, RCV or a Base using radio transmissions (FH, UHF or RCV). The results of the RTK survey can be exported into a custom plain text file.
Using the RTK Base tool, you can configure and start the receiver as an RTK Base as well as configure and control the FH or UHF radio transmission settings via a Bluetooth connection.
JMT's File Manager tool allows you to download raw data (.jps) files from the receiver to your Android™ device which can then be immediately submitted to JAVAD's Data Processing Online Service (DPOS) using the Process tool. The Process tool also allows you to submit files directly to OPUS once the native (.jps) file format has been converted into the RINEX format, and yes, JMT includes a tool specifically for that task; JPS2Rinex.
JMT organizes your data with jobs for survey and design points and control point catalogs. You can use national and user defined coordinate systems and make localization with identical points.
Other tools in the JMT collection include Satellites, used for a quick glance at the availability and position of GLONASS and GPS space vehicles; Calibrate, a tool for calibrating the electronic compass and electronic level on your receiver; Pair Modem, a tool to enable the pairing of the receiver and the radio via Bluetooth; Repeater, a tool used for extending the range of your radio's transmission through the use of an intermediary transmitter; plus other tools.
Most significant update since initial release.
+ prepare for real survey point count - data format switched to database from plain text;
+ import/export customizable text format;
+ design points;
+ stakeout on map or with bull-eye;
+ state coordinate systems from GeoData;
+ user coordinate systems;
+ distance and area measurements on map;
+ RCV RTK Base;
+ Triumph-1 CSD(GSM) for base and rover;
+ Bluetooth exchange with TotalStations;
+ customizable DPOSes;
- bug fixes;