Digital auto levels are tools of precision leveling in construction projects. Put simply, an engineer would need a
digital auto level to make sure they don’t accidentally make a tilted road or a building that is off by a few inches.
These tools, as you can guess, come in very handy but exactly how handy are they? Well, they do have a few benefits.
The Levels Are Fast Digital auto levels, like most digital tools, are fast. This may not be a surprise but what might be a surprise is that the levels are so efficient and generate results so quickly that they have managed to save 50% more time in the construction industry than former models. With a digital auto level, the engineering survey and construction process has become more streamlined and data sharing, recording, and application that much faster and better. Since everything is now digitized, readings from a digital auto level can be shared for reports instantly and used to figure out configurations in computer-aided design software. The Levels Are Accurate Digital auto levels are much more accurate than former conventional models because they automatically detect readings and eliminate the chance for human error. Conventional models used to be dependent on human beings for detecting, recording, and analyzing readings. These readings would then be noted in handwritten documents or copied down for record-keeping. All necessary calculations would be done by engineers and staff. The readings for a conventional had a lot more room for inaccuracies and mistakes. With a digital auto level, automatic readings leave little room for incorrect readings, copying, or calculations. The Levels Are Innovative Digital auto levels are accurate as well as innovative because of their lack of dependency on human intervention in the reading process. When they were first introduced in construction, they were considered a great innovative solution for precision leveling because they use a bar-coded staff to digitally process video information about a relevant site. How does this differ from a conventional leveling process? It eradicates the need for optical records and reading, rather this process entirely depends on digital processing and digital data storage. The Levels Are Precise Any precision leveling tool would obviously be precise, however, the digital auto level takes precision a step further by introducing compensation features for collimation and variable errors through advanced coded settings. A variable condition can occur because of a meteorological circumstance and a collimation error is the result of surveying equipment incorrectly registering or not registering certain factors or objects in its line of sight. A digital auto level can help avert these errors if their operators feed the errors into the tools and store instructions for alternatives for the errors. In this way, any leveling reading will be more precise, more direct, and more efficient for any construction crew. Contact Us Digital auto levels are pretty necessary for construction projects. Rise Geo can handle the leveling process for you. Just give a call and we’ll get started on your new projec