Zupt’s inertial solution, B-PINS, allows survey operations with minimal cutting while significantly increasing the production of field survey crews. During land seismic exploration, tree canopy often permits GNSS use for precise placement of survey stakes. Signals from the satellite segment of GNSS systems cannot penetrate through the tree canopy. Optical survey techniques can be used when the tree canopy or terrain limits GNSS operations, but it requires extensive cutting for a clear line of sight to operate. This cutting takes a significant amount of time and can have detrimental effects on the environment in the surveyed areas. One inertial survey crew using B-PINS can deliver the production of several conventional crews with post-survey processing results equal or better than GNSS surveys.