GPS Surveys can be any kind of survey prepared using GPS equipment. Normally, a survey involves several people who use mechanical and electromechanical equipment that help them in measuring and collecting data about any piece of land. This equipment may include a compass, measuring tapes, calculators, and much more. The precision of data in a survey depends on the area of the land under survey. Line of sight also plays an important role in traditional surveys as most of the measurements are manually done. With the availability of GPS survey equipment, the need for several people is eliminated while also replacing the traditional equipment that often produce erroneous results if not maintained properly.