NGS Control Points

NGS Control Points


NGS Control Points from Software Workroom helps you find nearby survey control points by utilizing your current location on a map to perform searches in the field directly against the National Geodetic Survey’s station database. Find survey control points using a radial search from the map’s center point or use the bounds of the map to determine the minimum and maximum latitude and longitude to define the search criteria. Use the on-board GPS receiver, the map results and a “current location marker” displayed on the map to aid in finding control points. View details of any selected survey control point by tapping on its pushpin on the map and then jump directly to the NGS datasheet if additional details are needed.

Features


Search directly against the live NGS survey station database to find nearby survey control points using a radial or min/max search defined by the map center and bounds
Use your current location on the map as a navigational aid
View survey control points on the map using color-coded pushpins
Search for a specific survey control point using a Permanent ID (PID)
View the details of any selected survey control point
Jump directly to the NGS data sheet for any selected survey control point


Recent changes:
V3.0
Toggle display between map and aerial imagery
Updated button icon
Resolve a few minor issues

V2.1
Resolved an issue caused by a change in the NGS data format

V2.0
Search Results List (ordered by distance away)
Bug fixes and general stability improvements

V1.2
Bug fixes and general stability improvements
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2.4
User ratings
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Installs
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About NGS Control Points
NGS Control Points from Software Workroom helps you find nearby survey control points by utilizing your current location on a map to perform searches in the field directly against the National Geodetic Survey’s station database. Find survey control points using a radial search from the map’s center point or use the bounds of the map to determine the minimum and maximum latitude and longitude to define the search criteria. Use the on-board GPS receiver, the map results and a “current location marker” displayed on the map to aid in finding control points. View details of any selected survey control point by tapping on its pushpin on the map and then jump directly to the NGS datasheet if additional details are needed.

Features


    • Search directly against the live NGS survey station database to find nearby survey control points using a radial or min/max search defined by the map center and bounds

    • Use your current location on the map as a navigational aid

    • View survey control points on the map using color-coded pushpins

    • Search for a specific survey control point using a Permanent ID (PID)

    • View the details of any selected survey control point

    • Jump directly to the NGS data sheet for any selected survey control point



    Recent changes:
    V3.0
    Toggle display between map and aerial imagery
    Updated button icon
    Resolve a few minor issues

    V2.1
    Resolved an issue caused by a change in the NGS data format

    V2.0
    Search Results List (ordered by distance away)
    Bug fixes and general stability improvements

    V1.2
    Bug fixes and general stability improvements

    User reviews of NGS Control Points
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    A Google User
    Feb 12, 2013
    Good It does what it intends to do.
    A Google User
    Feb 12, 2013
    Good It does what it intends to do.
    A Google User
    Oct 2, 2012
    Doesnt work anymore Wats wrong
    david
    Aug 12, 2012
    Works great no more going to the county to lookup gis control but need to add a satellite maps even walk up to it and see it on the map. urban surveyor virginia
    A Google User
    May 29, 2012
    WORKS GREAT DEV is quick to fix. v2.0 stopped working due to NGS changing their data structure and DEV pushed out v2.1 and it works as expected.