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Case Study: Our Scan to BIM Journey

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Scan to BIM
Our Auckland office recently moved to a new building to give us the extra space we needed as the company continues to grow.  This move offered a unique opportunity for us to practice what we preach and put our digital solutions to work! Although our office move was only 500m… Read More

Central Interceptor Project | Inspecting Surfaces with the New Leica MS60

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Leica MS60
The Watercare Central Interceptor Project in Auckland has reached an exciting stage as the team prepare for the arrival of Hiwa-i-te-Rangi their giant new Tunnel Boring Machine [TBM] which is currently being built in Germany. The main contractor Ghella Abergeldie Joint Venture are building the Central Interceptor over six years… Read More

Public Safety in the age of Reality Capture [Webinar]

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Discover how to leverage the latest advancements in reality capture technology in this webinar from Leica Geosystems: “Public Safety in the age of Reality Capture” As police and security departments around the world have rapidly added reality capture technology to their scene recording tool-set, Leica has continued to innovate to… Read More

Digitally Preserving NZ’s Maritime History with the Leica RTC360

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Digitally Preserving NZ's Maritime History
When you are involved in laser scanning you see the world differently. We get excited about unusual and interesting structures and often think “That would be amazing to scan!”. Few structures are more complex or intricate than maritime vessels, so when Lennon Bedford & Richard Harrison from our Christchurch team… Read More

Vitruvius utilise Leica Laser Scanning Technology for Northland’s Rail Upgrade

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Leica Laser Scanning
Upgrading Northland’s Rail Network The first section of track on the historic North Auckland Line (NAL) was opened in 1868 and the line was finally completed in full in 1925. NAL begins at Westfield in Auckland and runs for over 280km before terminating at Otiria in Northland. With many NAL… Read More

The Vital Role of Laser Scanning in Heritage Conservation

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Laser Scanning in Heritage Conservation
Time is not always a friend to our treasured and historic structures. Whilst these structures present architectural challenges as they age, the need to preserve and evolve each one carefully and thoughtfully is necessary for their long-term survival. Around the world, architecture, engineering and construction (AEC) professionals work to implement… Read More

How is the New Leica Nova MS60 MultiStation Different?

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Leica Nova MS60 MultiStation
In simple terms, the new Leica Nova MS60 MultiStation is a new class of instrument, based on a Total Station but with the power to “do it all”. When Leica Geosystems introduced the world’s first MultiStation in 2013, the MS50, they introduced the term “mergeTEC” to represent the merging of… Read More

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

NEW Leica Nova MS60 MultiStation [Webinar]

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MS60 Multistation
The Ultimate All-Rounder – Leica ANZ Webinar Leica Nova MS60 is the world’s first MultiStation and brings sensor fusion to the next level by combining: highest-end total station capabilities, 3D laser scanning, GNSS connectivity and digital imaging to help you perform all required surveying tasks with just one instrument. Demonstrated… Read More

Baldwin Street’s Victory | A Deep Dive into the Laser Scanning Data

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Laser Scanning Data
When Dunedin’s Baldwin Street lost the Guinness World Record title of “World’s Steepest Street” last year to Ffordd Pen Llech in Wales, Surveyor Toby Stoff immediately thought they must have measured it wrong. “I just looked at it and thought there’s no way that’s steeper than Baldwin Street. Then I… Read More