tacheometer


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tacheometer

(ˌtækɪˈɒmɪtə) or

tachymeter

n
(Surveying) surveying a type of theodolite designed for the rapid measurement of distances, elevations, and directions
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Noun1.tacheometer - a theodolite designed for rapid measurements
theodolite, transit - a surveying instrument for measuring horizontal and vertical angles, consisting of a small telescope mounted on a tripod
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The control points were set out by tacheometer Leica TS15 equipped with laser pointer.
The proposed arrangement for vertical angle calibration is based on determining the trigonometric angle using the reference scale of length for vertical readings employing the tacheometer and another reference measure of length for the distance from the tacheometer axis to vertical scale determination.
Those methods being: point collection by means of an electronic tacheometer working in the surface scanning mode and the collection of surface points by means of photogrammetric measurements.
Tacheometer. A surveying instrument intended to rapidly determine distance, direction, and elevation differences from one observation.
The precise 3D position of each mark was determined using the digital tacheometer and those data were transferred to the photogrammetric Photo-Mod project.
The proposed arrangement for vertical angle calibration is based on the trigonometric angle determination using the reference scale of the length for vertical readings by the tacheometer and another reference measure of length--for distance from the tacheometer's axis to the vertical scale determination.
3 an arrangement for testing or calibration of angle measuring geodetic instrument (tacheometer) 1 is shown.