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DynaNet Network Adjustment Software

DynaNet is an application that supports the least squares adjustment of survey networks of any size. The simultaneous adjustment technique and the phased adjustment technique are both supported. Phased least squares adjustments enable very large networks to be adjusted for a fraction of the time and resources required for a more traditional simultaneous adjustment. DynaNet also incorporates automatic segmentation of networks, making phased adjustments simple to use.

DynaNet was developed from DNA (Dynamic Network Adjustment), an application produced by the Department of Geomatics at the University of Melbourne. The University of Melbourne maintains the DNA site, which describes the DNA software in detail.

DynaNet Features

  • Simultaneous (traditional) adjustment mode for smaller networks (up to 150 stations)
  • Phased adjustment mode for larger networks (more than 150 stations)
  • Computes rigorous coordinate estimates and measurement statistics
  • Measurement corrections are ranked in order of statistical significance to assist the detection of bad measurements
  • Suspected bad measurements can be interactively excluded from the adjustment
  • Accepts geographic, geocentric and projection (UTM) coordinates
  • Accepts the following measurement types:
    • Horizontal and vertical angles, directions and azimuths
    • Slope, chord and ellipsoidal distances
    • Orthometric height differences
    • GPS baseline vectors
    • Orthometric height, ellipsoidal latitude, ellipsoidal longitude and ellipsoidal height
  • Windows based graphic user interface, including customisable statistics and reporting windows

DynaNet Screens

DynaNet Applications

  • Survey networks
  • Geodetic networks
  • Structural monitoring including deformation monitoring
  • Coordinate network maintenance

Availability

DynaNet is available through Geocomp Consulting. Contact Geocomp Consulting to enquire about DynaNet.

The University of Melbourne

Logo DynaNet was developed from DNA (Dynamic Network Adjustment), an application produced by the Department of Geomatics at the University of Melbourne. The University of Melbourne maintains the DNA site, which describes the DNA software in detail.

DNA was developed as part of an ARC collaborative research grant with industry support from Land Victoria (formerly the Office of Surveyor General Victoria), AUSLIG Geodesy, and WBCM.

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