The leading software for adjusting geodetic networks
Versatile and easy-to-use, rmNETZ is the best choice for everyday surveying tasks and for sophisticated geodetic engineering applications. An assistant guides you through the network definition and the calculation – network adjustments in just a few steps.
Once network set-ups are defined, they are saved in the common data basis with rmGEO and are ready for amendments or new calculations. Select the type of adjustment you need for your project: constrained, free or correlated. rmNETZ adjusts one-dimensional vertical control survey networks just as well as two- or three-dimensional networks.
Evaluate levelling, GNSS or tachymetry data in a single step and combine them with 1D, 2D or 3D points according to your specifications. rmNETZ allows you to calculate approximation coordinates fully automatically (e.g. traverses, free station, etc.) – manual calculations belong to the past. Thanks to the clear protocol and graphic representation the network calculation becomes fully transparent. You can rely on accurate results.
Managing calculations and analysing calculated set-ups:
- Apriori adjustment for network planning
- Adjustment in line with the Austrian surveying regulations
- Error detection with “Danish method”
- Variance component estimation
- Protocols of statistical parameters of measurements such as redundancy, normalised residuals, marginal detectable errors, etc.
- Protocols of coordinate calculations, standard deviations and respective standard error ellipses
- Relative error ellipses and breakthrough errors
This is what satisfied customers say:
“rmNETZ optimally supports our tasks during construction. It enables us to calculate and compare different adjustments in no time. That’s particularly important for control or deformation surveys. rmNETZ matches will with rmGEO – that’s very useful in daily work.”
Dipl.-Ing. Gregor Schiller, Vermessung Schmid ZT GmbH
“rmNETZ is a reliable tool. All calculations are clearly documented. That way we receive accurate results. A graphic representation of the network is also easily drawn up. This gives us a clear overview of measuring set-ups and errors.”
Dipl.-Ing. Norbert Bolter, Bolter + Schösser ZT OG, Bludenz