Absolute Baseline for Testing of Electronic Distance Meters

  • Braun J
  • Dvořáček F
  • Štroner M
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The paper deals with the construction and determination of coordinates of the absoluteEDMs baseline in a laboratory with 16 pillars with forced centring. Leica Absolute TrackerAT401 (standard deviation of distance measurement: 5 μ m, standard deviation of anglemeasurement: 0.15 mgon), which is designed for very accurate industrial measurements,was used for our purpose. Lengths between the baseline points were determined with astandard deviation of 0.02 mm. The baseline is used for determining systematic and randomerrors of distance meters and for accuracy of distance meters at short distances commonin engineering surveying for purposes of mechanical engineering.




Braun, J., Dvořáček, F., & Štroner, M. (2014). Absolute Baseline for Testing of Electronic Distance Meters. Geoinformatics FCE CTU, 12, 28–33. https://doi.org/10.14311/gi.12.5

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