Here's our setup:
- Trimble R1 receiver
- Various iOS devices running 10.3.3
- [Trimble] GNSS Status App (was 2.x, trouble started with update to 188.8.131.525)
- Collector for ArcGIS (17.0.2, Build 1807)
And the workflow:
- Pair R1 with iOS device via bluetooth
- Use GNSS Status app to set R1 receiver as 'position source'
- Use GNSS Status app to set differential correction services
- Primary: RTX (Any) [i.e. RTX via satellite or internet connection]
- Secondary: SBAS
- In Collector app set Location Provider to the R1
- In Collector app set Location Profile to handle the datum transformation between the R1 and the map's different coordinate systems
- I'm using <GCS ITRF 2008> for the R1's coordinate system and <GCS WGS 1984> for the Map's coordinate system
- The Datum Transformation is set to <ITRF_2008_To_NAD_1983_2011 + WGS_1984_(ITRF00)_to_NAD_1983_2011>
- Open map in Collector to begin collecting aaaaand
- Collector app crashes
- it doesn't actually crash, the screen flashes black and then returns to the home screen. If one opens the app switcher, the Collector app is still there and apparently running. I just can't use it.
I suspect the issue here has to do with step number 5, though the only bit of evidence I can offer is that if I set the Location profile to <Default> and then open the map, sometimes instead of crashing, the Collector app throws an error message saying 'Incorrect Location Profile. The map uses a different coordinate system thatnt he location profile. You can change this in Settings'. Maybe the inclusion of the differential correction service(s) means I need to adjust the receiver's coordinate system? I'm kind of at a loss.
Anybody else experiencing this? Care to offer a solution?