Badey & Watson is fully
equipped with modern surveying instruments and computing
equipment that is fully capable of handling even the most
complicated surveying, engineering or mapping problems. This
equipment not only permits speedy computations and mapping, it
allows the data to be analyzed in ways not available to previous
generations of surveyors. Badey & Watson strives to
keep its instruments and equipment up to date by constantly
reviewing our needs, studying newly available technologies and
judiciously investing in those that will benefit the practice
and its clientele. The following equipment is among that
currently in use at Badey & Watson.
Three Leica TCRA1101 total stations (reading to 1° of arc,
rated at 2° of arc). Two of these systems are robotic. All are
capable of reflectorless measurements.
Three Nikon DTM-850 total stations (reading to 1° of arc,
rated at 2° of arc).
Two Leica AT502 GPS receivers with related accessory
One Leica C10 high definition surveying system.
Various other equipment including automatic levels,
underground electronic detection instruments, field
calculators, radios, etc., handheld GPS units.
A multiple station dual server computer network.
Various software including AutoCad, COGO,
Microsoft Office, Leica GPS Software, and a variety of
other surveying and engineering software, much of which has
been developed by Badey & Watson, all of which is
periodically reviewed and updated to accommodate our
Two computer driven plotters (OCE TCS 400, and OCE 9400-II) both
of which are capable of plotting 36 inches in width.
Various other supporting equipment.