Video lessons are available here.
Please consider starting with the RTK Base/Rover Setup video:
The TRIUMPH-LS Quick Start Guide (Page View) and Users Guide (hardcopy included with your shipment) are extensive and contain detailed descriptions and screenshots to help guide you through nearly all of the features and functions of the TRIUMPH-LS and J-Field software. The User Guide is continuously updated to include the latest technological advances that Javad and his engineering team have incorporated into J-Field software so please check for a fresh copy every few months. If there is anything specific which is missing or lacking in the detail required to get you up and running, please let us know so we can correct and improve the support resources.
When you are in the field, please use the help button to access the TRIUMPH-LS’s built in manual.
- Home Screen Overview (video)
- Collect Prepare Overview (video)
- Collect Action Overview (video)
- White Box Overview (video)
- Form Factor (video)
- Auto Verify
- Verification (video)
- Single Point/Multipoint Localization (video)
- Cluster Averaging
- BEAST MODE RTK
- Monitor and record the health of your shots
- Tags and Codes
Tags are used in J-Field to control connections between collected points. Points collected with the same Tag name are connected together by a line or curve (as the user has selected). Points collected with the same Tag name continue to be connected until the user ends the line. Polylines can be ended open or closed back to the first point. Once a Tag is ended, it can be reused for another Polyline collected later.
The benefit of using Tags is especially evident in the J-Field Auto Sequence. By building a list of Tags to be collected, J-Field can automatically switch from one polyline to the next according to the user-defined list. This is particularly beneficial to cross-section data collection. Consider a cross-section of a road that has a ditch on either side. The cross-section sequence would be Left Natural Ground (LNG), Left Top Bank (LTB), Left Ditch Flow Line (LFL), Left Edge of Pavement (LEP), Centerline (CL), Right Edge of Pavement (REP), Right Ditch Flow Line (RFL), Right Top Bank (RTB), Right Natural Ground (RNG). The Auto Sequence would increment from one line to the next based on the Tags (LNG, LTB, LFL...RTB, RNG). Auto Sequence also allows for reversing the sequence once complete (RNG, RTB, RFL...LTB, LNG).
Codes are used in a unique way within J-Field. Codes are designed by the user and function similarly to layers in AutoCAD. Codes also carry default symbol types and default attributes. The Code “Boundary” might contain a default circle symbol, and the attributes “Type”, “Size”, “ID Cap”. Each point collected with the Code “Boundary” will use the circle symbol by default, and prompt for the attributes Type, Size and ID Cap. Upon Export to dxf (drawing exchange file) from J-Field, Codes can be used to define the layers of the exported polylines. When creating a Tag, you must create its Code first. A Code may belong to several Tags. Tags and Codes provide a very powerful data structure. When collecting standalone points, you can also use Tag, Code and other attributes to make your data collection easy in the field and provide versatile documentation.
Hybrid RTK video:
You can connect yourself remotely to your TRIUMPH-LS units at any time.
Connect your TRIUMPH-LS to RAMS by going to Home→Support→Remote Assistance. Match the settings in the screenshot below,
enter a password of your choice and click connect.
Follow this link with any device you like (PC/Tablet/Smartphone/etc.), http://javadgnss.net/rams-viewer/, and enter this into the Server Connections field, rams.javad.com:8800 and click on the "+" symbol.
Then click on the newly created connection and you’ll see your receiver pop up on the list to the right.
Finally, click on your receiver and enter the password.
You’re now connected to your own TRIUMPH-LS and it should look like the screenshot below. Click around and check it out!
Additionally, with an active internet connection (Wi-Fi or internal cellular), you can push and pull files directly to and from the TRIUMPH-LS internal memory and its microSD card. A field crew on the other side of the state forgot to download the correct files for the job, no problem. The crew chief needs results from the field as soon as they are collected, again, no problem.