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Company Overview of Carlson Software, Inc.

Company Overview

Carlson Software, Inc. provides software for land development and mining professionals. It specializes in CAD design software, field data collection, and machine control products for land surveying, civil engineering, construction, hydrology, GIS, and mining industries worldwide. The company provides office software, data collection software, related DC products, and DC solutions; and hardware products. It offers its solutions through dealers. Carlson Software, Inc. was founded in 1983 and is based in Maysville, Kentucky with a principal programming office in Boston, Massachusetts. The company has European offices in Zurich, Switzerland; and Almere, the Netherlands.

102 West Second Street

Maysville, KY 41056

United States

Founded in 1983

Phone:

606-564-5028

Fax:

606-564-6422

Key Executives for Carlson Software, Inc.

Founder and President
Director of Technical Support
Executive Vice President of Development
Director of Mining Division
Vice President of Positioning & Machine Control Sales
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2014.

Carlson Software, Inc. Key Developments

Carlson Software, Inc. Announces Availability of New Carlson MC Pro Vx5 3D Machine Control Sensor and CBx5 Touch-Screen Control Box

Carlson Software, Inc. announced availability of new Carlson MC Pro Vx5 3D machine control sensor and Carlson Machine Control's CBx5 Control Box Console. Both are available exclusively from Carlson Machine Control and its authorized MC dealers. The MC Pro Vx5 offers six components integrated into one compact, rugged and easy-to-use unit that provides efficient machine control operations. The CBx5, which is designed for use in heavy equipment utilized in mining, landfills, dredging, blast drilling and more, operates with a fast, industry-standard Intel Atom 1.6GHz processor and includes MS Windows 7. The MC Pro Vx5 is just 26.32 inches (66.85cm) by 8.23 inches (20.90cm) by 4.8 inches (12.19cm) and weighs just 5.1 pounds (2.3kg), making the sensor completely portable and easy to install. The rugged IP69K unit provides GPS plus GLONASS L1/L2 high precision positioning and heading -- up to 20Hz, along with dual axis slope. In addition to the GPS and GLONASS capabilities, the Carlson MC Pro Vx5 also has a RTK UHF radio built-in, meeting all new FCC regulations with additional World Radio options available. The CBx5 has communication ports that ensure future sensors and application features will be supported and the unit has a scalable option for integrated GPS+GLONASS. The CBx5 also supports all of Carlson's machine control application software, such as MineRover, Landfill Rover, Basic Earthmover, and DredgeRover.

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