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Leica Robotic Total Stations Comparison Chart

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Leica Robotic Total Stations Comparison Chart
Keen to know where the new model Leica Nova MS60 Multistation fits into the Leica Geosystems line up of Robotic Total Stations? See all the most important specifications at a glance in this handy comparison chart. Leica Robotic Total Stations: Specifications Leica TS13 Leica Viva TS16 Leica Nova TS60 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

Transform Your Digital Delivery | NEW Leica Nova MS60 MultiStation

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MS60 MultiStation
The all NEW Leica Nova MS60 Multistation has arrived! The new model takes the Leica MS60 to the next level with the addition of several new features which transform this MultiStation into the ultimate all-rounder automatically and continuously adapting to any environment regardless of the challenges. The New Leica Nova… Read More

Protect Your Total Station with Leica LOC8

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Leica LOC8
Introducing the new Leica LOC8 essential security feature for Leica Total Stations. Leica LOC8 is a positioning, tracking and locking solution for Leica total stations that enables the user to remotely track and lock instruments on demand. With this feature users can remotely lock and unlock their total stations, receive… Read More

Leica iCON Total Station Comparison Chart

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Leica iCON Total Station
As the construction industry becomes more digital, there is a requirement to be more efficient in construction layout to complete projects on time and under budget. The new Leica iCON iCB manual construction total stations aid this shift to digitalisation, allowing field crews to work directly with digital design data,… Read More

Go Digital with NEW Leica iCON Manual Total Stations

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iCON manual total stations
Leica Geosystems’ next generation of iCON manual total stations facilitates the move from traditional analogue measurement methods to modern digital techniques. Today’s building construction industry demands high productivity and accuracy, the new Leica iCON iCB50 & iCB70 Manual Total Stations provide higher productivity, an integrated software tailored to construction and… 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

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

Expert Insights: What’s new with Leica FlexLine Total Stations?

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Leica FlexLine total stations
Flexline with AutoHeight are the newest generation of total stations from Leica Geosystems, they replace the former FlexLine instruments that were launched more than a decade ago. In this interview, Hans Martin Zogg, Business Director for total stations, explains what’s new with the latest Leica FlexLine total stations. What’s New… 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