What’s New in Trimble Access 2020
Trimble recently released the very latest version of its Access platform. Trimble Access 2020 includes some new updates for measure codes, snap-to toolbar, project subfolders, and using different GNSS combinations for independent measurements.
We thought we’d take a few minutes to go through some of the latest updates and provide some of our own guidance to the upgrades from Precision Training/Technical Support Representative Ben Brookman. In the first video below, you’ll find a great 26-minute overview of Trimble Access 2020 in which Ben goes into a lot of detail. We’d strongly recommend watching this video first to get a real user’s perspective of the platform.
Trimble Access 2020 Overview
Connecting a GNSS Rover by Bluetooth
In the latest version of Trimble Access users no long have to use the Windows Bluetooth settings and the connection can be made right in the platform. Watch Ben’s quick demo video below to discover how to more quickly make the Bluetooth connection.
Trimble Access 2020 Subfolder Creation
Trimble Access 2020 enables users to control large amounts of data more efficiently with subfolders and does away with the flat folder structure of previous Access versions. Though users can still use the old system, Ben takes you through the new subfolder creation process in the short video below.
Supported Controllers for Access 2020
Windows 10 devices:
- Trimble TSC7 controller
- Trimble T7 or T10 tablet
- Supported third-party tablets
- Trimble TDC600
Trimble Access 2020 Installation Information
To install Trimble Access 2020 onto a supported controller you must have a Trimble Access software maintenance agreement valid up to 1 May 2020. To install the software, use your Trimble Installation Manager for your controller operating system.
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