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Leica Viva GS16
Leica Viva GS16 The Leica Viva GS16 is the most compact and powerful, self-learning GNSS smart antenna.
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Leica HxMap
Leica HxMap High-performance post-processing workflow for airborne sensors.
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Leica LOGiCAT VU
Leica LOGiCAT VU By deploying Leica Digicat cable locators, utility strike rates have reduced dramatically. Now, with the introduction of Leica LOGiCAT VU software, cable locators can be managed and ...
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Leica GMX910
Leica GMX910 With limited budgets, monitoring equipment now has to do a lot more for a lot less. The Leica GMX910 offers monitoring specialists a smart, flexible and cost-effective antenna, equipped ...
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8 September 2016
Webinar: Putting Survey Technology to Work: Four Simple Ways to Supercharge Your Productivity  more
 

Bay Bridge Scanning

Learn how Caltrans captured an accurate 3D as-built under a tight timeline.   more  
 

Plant Solutions

Improved safety and easier access to accurate 3D facility documentation.   more  
   
   

Introducing HxGN SMART Build

A simple yet robust platform built for the construction industry to help improve profit margin and enable on-time and on-budget delivery of projects.
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Captivate Zone

Leica Captivate is an immersive experience that truly becomes an extension of you.
Visit the Captivate Zone and Be Captivated.

Building Information Modeling (BIM)

Learn how easy it is to put BIM to work in the field at any stage of BIM adoption.


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ScanStation C10 Documents Cathedrals

Andrew Tallon, Associate Professor of Art at Vassar College, traveled to Washington with a Leica Geosystems C10 laser scanner and conducted a laser survey of Washington National Cathedral to find "the smoking gun" that demonstrate the influence of William H. Goodyear on the cathedral's design.
 Click here to read the article in The Washington Post.

A related article on the Bryn Athyn Cathedral is here.


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