Tag Archives: Leica Geosystems

Nicolette Beggache

Technical Support Engineer, Leica Geosystems United Kingdom Geospatial magic springs from experience, education, and training, but also from tools— hardware and software. While the processes and workflows are being streamlined and developed for ease of use, this also means that when users encounter conundrums in seeking to drive their tools to greater heights or in...

xyHt Weekly News Links: 6/23/17

EngineerSupply Announces New Supply Line of Nedo Surveying Spectra Precision’s New GNSS Receiver Provides Surveyors with a Powerful Multi-application GNSS Solution Digital image evaluation heading for new markets Seiler Instrument Chooses TerraGo Magic to Build its Mobile GNSS App Platform Leica Geosystems offers complete imaging solution OrbitGT Announces Mobile Mapping Cloud Platform 3dmapping.cloud Property Drone...

The iCon build: Adding Adaptable Options for Layout Automation

Leica’s “iCon build” solves a common layout automation conundrum for vertical construction firms, large and small. Editor’s note: The benefits of automation for vertical construction are not limited to projects that have implemented full-on, single-environment BIM. Many firms and projects can now use a realistic and practical mix of old and new workflows and technologies during...

xyHt News Links: 9/16/16

Septentrio Launches New GNSS Receiver for Time and Frequency transfer applications Leica Geosystems launches HDS University Teledyne Optech Press Release: Solutions for wide-area mapping and infrastructure/mine surveys at Geomatics Indaba 2016 Topcon announces enhancements to UAS packages Orbit GT and AAM Group, Australia, join forces to open new horizons in the Mobile Mapping Market Announcing...

HxGN LIVE 2016 Unscripted

We’re shaking things up By trying a different way to convey the latest news and views from Hexagon Geosystems (aka Leica Geosystems–we’ll get used to the new name); we put some of the experts at HxGN LIVE 2016 in front of a camera for unscripted Q&A. Follow the embedded links to open the videos in...

A mobile mapping rig of the engineering consulting firm Tetra Tech; the crew mapped the entire 288 miles of roadways in the city of Redmond, Washington in six days of driving.

Demystifying Mobile Mapping

Above: A mobile mapping rig of the engineering consulting firm Tetra Tech; the crew mapped the entire 288 miles of roadways in the city of Redmond, Washington in six days of driving. A surveyor examines (and asks users a lot of questions about) the Pegasus:Two system. Editor’s note: How could measurements taken from a moving vehicle...