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The collection, recording and transmission of data is of great concern to all those involved in surveying, as well as to many others. Traditionally, in surveying, data are written down in a field notebook. In essence, this means that the data available from the instrument are collected and immediately recorded on a storage medium by a human operator. It is then transmitted (i.e. the notebook is transported) and retrieved from storage, again by a human operator, and processed. When compared to modern, electronic methods, traditional data handling has some advantages. Sys tem malfunctions (e.g. faulty instrument, 4
the use of a pdet for survey data collection
Kok, R. 1983. THE USE OF A PDET FOR SURVEY DATA COLLECTION. Canadian Agricultural Engineering 25(1):29-32.
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