A multi-purpose technology

  • The GPS is used in a wide variety of surveying mandates: certificates of location, forest delineation, staking out, agricultural zoning, etc.
  • Data collecting with a GPS gives fast results.
  • With the use of a GPS, a land surveyor can measure the X, Y and Z position of various structures.


GPS means Global Positioning System. In other words, it is a space-based navigation system that provides location of elements on the ground. It is an essential tool for land surveyor since they are experts at positioning. Our team at Ecce Terra uses high-precision GPS which certifies a fast and accurate job.

Advantages of the GPS in collecting data

Using a GPS allows us to work faster, which means reducing expenses for you. In fact, aside from providing real-time location, the GPS allows the land surveying team to move along faster on the ground.

For all your land surveying mandates, the GPS allows our team to offer you an accurate and professional work.

Examples of GPS use in data collection

The GPS may be used to measure land surveying marks in a neighbourhood in order to establish the boundaries of a property.

Land surveyors use the GPS to measure remains of fences in agricultural zones in order to validate their position.