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Context Architects Secure First Leica BLK2GO in NZ!

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Context Architects
Congratulations to Context Architects on securing the first Leica BLK2GO hand-held mobile laser scanner in New Zealand. Context Architects are not your ordinary architecture firm, their 70-strong team of architects, urban, interiors/retail designers and remediation specialists are passionate about the power of good design to lift people’s lives. The Leica… Read More

Embracing The No Strings Approach | Hanham & Philp Contractors

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iCR70 Total Station
Hanham & Philp Contractors are proud of their rich history. Originally founded in 1979 they’ve built up an impressive body of work specialising in commercial buildings, community facilities and heritage renovations. With a staff of around 70, they are well-known in the Canterbury area as leaders in their field. Having… Read More

Nedo Tripod – Taking Laser Scanning To New Heights & Depths

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Nedo Tripod
We’ve expanded our Laser Scanning Hire Fleet with the addition of the Nedo Industrial Shaft Tripod. The Nedo Tripod is designed for raising or lowering a laser scanner to otherwise inaccessible locations and is compatible with the Leica RTC360, Leica BLK360 and Leica P Series scanners. The Nedo Tripod enables… Read More

Aerialsmiths | Pushing the Boundaries with the Latest Technology

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Aerialsmiths
Aerialsmiths are a fast growing company based in Auckland that specialise in both land and aerial surveys for earthworks and roading projects. They have a DJI Matrice600 Pro with KLAU PPK drone for aerial surveys and a Leica iCON iCR80 Total Station, Leica GPS60 Rover and Leica DS2000 Ground Penetrating… Read More

Siteworx Civil | Boosting Productivity with Leica iCON Machine Control

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Siteworx Civil
With a rich 50 year history, family owned and operated Siteworx Civil have a stand out reputation as one of the leading civil construction companies in the East Cape. If you’ve spent any time in the Gisborne area you’ve probably already seen Siteworx Civil in action, their distinctive blue Volvo… Read More

The Need for Speed | Civix Invest in Leica Technology

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Civix
The Survey team at Civix are all smiles as they take delivery of their new Leica GS18 T GNSS and Leica TS16 Robotic Total Station. Based in central Auckland, Civix are a planning, engineering and surveying consultancy with a focus on delivering quality outcomes as quickly as possible. They offer… Read More

Downer NZ Invests in Leica Mobile Mapper

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We’re pleased to announce that Downer NZ have secured New Zealand’s first Leica Pegasus: Two [Ultimate] Mobile Mapper. The revolutionary Pegasus: Two captures spatial data using a combination of Inertial Measurement Unit [IMU], cameras, GPS and laser profiling technology delivering geo-referenced data for multiple applications. A key benefit is the… Read More

KiwiRail Survey Kaikoura’s Main North Line

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KiwiRail
Recovering from the 7.8 magnitude Kaikoura earthquake of November 2016 has been a long time coming for those effected. Along with widespread devastation of homes and businesses in the region, the earthquake also ripped through the main transport routes that linked Kaikoura to Picton and Christchurch, closing SH1 and pushing… Read More

Lava Cave Mapping with the Leica BLK360

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Lava Cave Mapping
The landscape of Auckland has been primarily shaped by historic volcanic activity. A sprawling city located in an isthmus, home to a network of over 50 dormant and extinct volcanoes. Numerous above ground volcanic cones are prominent features of the city’s skyline, but what many residents don’t realise is that… Read More

Envivo impressed with Leica RTC360 laser scanner

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It turned out to be a blessing in disguise when Envivo’s old laser scanner was damaged and needed replacing. What at first seemed like a disaster, quickly turned into a fortunate series of events. Fortunately for them, there have been vast improvements in laser scanning technology over the last couple… Read More