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Global Survey Partners With The University Of Waikato

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University of Waikato
We are honoured to be partnering with The University Of Waikato to ensure their School of Engineering is fully equipped with the latest Leica Geosystems technology. The new fleet of Leica total stations, GNSS smart antennas and Captivate software will be used by students on the new Civil Engineering Programme… Read More

Leica Rugby Lasers | MASSIVE Sale

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Leica Rugby Laser Sale
Here it is…the MASSIVE Leica Rugby Laser Sale! LEICA RUGBY 880 PACKAGE Fully automatic dual grade laser Smart targeting MIL spec IP68 rating LEICA RUGBY 870 PACKAGE Fully automatic single grade laser Smart targeting 5 year warranty LEICA RUGBY 840 PACKAGE Horizontal & vertical leveling Manual grade capability Optional remote… Read More

What Makes The Leica GS18 T Different?

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Leica GS18 T different
Since it’s launch at INTERGEO 2017 in Berlin, the revolutionary new Leica GS18 T has been making headlines as the greatest innovation for surveyors for years. There was a palpable buzz of excitement in the demonstration area as people couldn’t believe the repeatability and functionality of the unit, many had… Read More

Digitising The Construction Process – By Ray Copeland

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Civil Contruction
“Boom times, skilled labour shortages, higher job complexity and ever-increasing client expectations have meant the civil construction industry is increasingly looking toward technology to improve productivity, solve skills and resource issues and improve profitability.” INTERNATIONAL STUDIES, such as the McKinsey Global Institute Industry Digitisation Index, show that the construction industry… Read More

Experience True Tilt Compensation | New Leica GS18 T

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New Leica GS18 T GNSS smart antenna
The amazing new Leica GS18 T GNSS smart antenna has arrived. Now you can measure faster and easier than ever before without the need to level the bubble. Remain connected at all times, uninterrupted accurate positioning. Reduce the time it takes to measure and stake out. Quickly measure corners of… Read More

SmartFix Free 30 Day Trial | GNSS Reference Station Network

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SmartFix Free 30 Day Trial
SmartFix is in continuous growth mode across both islands having recently added Palmerston North, Twizel and Mangawhai sites to the network. We’re well on the way to achieving our mission of 100% NZ coverage with over 800 users accessing over 80 sites. SmartFix is a subscription based service available to… Read More

Ahead of The Game With The New Leica GS18 T

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Boundary Hunter
Like many regions, Northland is currently experiencing extensive land development. For Whangarei based company Boundary Hunter, there has never been a better time to invest in the latest GNSS technology. The need to stay ahead of the game and work faster was the driving force behind the decision to purchase… Read More

New Leica Zeno GG04 Plus Smart Antenna

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Leica Zeno GG04 pls
The Leica Zeno GG04 has recently been upgraded to include an Apple authentication chip so iPhones/iPads are now also able to connect to the GNSS sensor and obtain high precise coordinates. Using industry-leading wireless GNSS technology and 555-channel support, the highly rugged Leica Zeno GG04 Plus Smart Antenna is perfect… Read More

High Definition Scanning [Webinar]

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** This webinar has already happened but the recording is now available. ** Webinar Recording Available Here You’re invited to attend the first in a series of Leica Geosystems webinars on High Definition Scanning. The first webinar is titled ‘How to Increase Productivity and Collaboration with the Leica Geosystems Total… Read More

Lennon’s Homecoming

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Lennon Bedford
We’re delighted to announce the appointment of Lennon Bedford as our new South Island Branch Manager/Technical Specialist based in Christchurch. Lennon will be a familiar face to many in the industry having graduated University of Otago Survey School in 2003. A surveyor by trade, he has since spent almost 10… Read More