Glenn Deegan, Ulverstone, Tasmania, Australia

“Traverse MAGIC” This email was sent to John Balcom (Traverse PC President, MSE, PLS, GISP) from one of our users “Down Under”. Glenn uses TPC set up for South Azimuths and the NZGD2000 (New Zealand LINZS25002) Coordinate Reference System. “Dear John, “I did another contour survey on Friday and had no difficulty processing it thanks to TPC. “I think you should rename TPC to Traverse MAGIC. “I love the way you can edit the border and add/edit the dynamic break lines. “Thanks again for your help and the great online videos. “Kind regards Glenn (very happy convert)” Glenn Deegan Ulverstone, Tasmania, Australia No matter where in the world you are, Traverse PC is designed for you.

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Elaine Pearsons

“To Mark, and everyone else at Traverse PC: “You will be happy to note that I’ve retired and turned the computer operations over to my dog. No longer will you be hindered with having to converse with a computer language illiterate. “You are the reverse of what usually occurs when calling for support with other companies. Your clear voice of un-accented English, your expertise, your superb patience and your kindness and empathy is extraordinary and much appreciated. “Thank you for preparing the maps so that I was able to fulfill my obligations to my clients. This is delivered belatedly because I have been waiting for your bill to arrive to send a check and not intentionally withholding my appreciation for your assistance.” (EDITOR’S NOTE: Elaine waited in vain for our bill. We did not charge her for the assistance.) “And now, since it’s a

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My clients “were very impressed with the procedure and left as a very satisfied client”

I recently completed a complex survey involving several lots, easements, and rights of way using Traverse PC. My survey was pin to Washington State plane coordinate system North zone. Upon completion I created a KML file and brought it into Google Earth. I did this for two reasons; first, I wanted to look at my survey on Google Earth and check to see if there were any blunders that I could detect. By looking at my line work on top of Google Earth I could check for occupation lines or any blatant problems that my survey may have. I found it to be a good check. The second reason I made the KML file is to show my client where their property was. By superimposing the survey on Google Earth my client could see where the property was on a picture that they could

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