Leica Nova TS60
Maximum accuracy with the world's first self-learning total station Known for its speed and precision, the Leica Nova TS60 is now a self-learning total station capable of adapting to any site condition. Let this new intuitive technology do the work for you. The only total station in the world that offers dedicated precision in the harshest conditions, the Leica Nova TS60 is designed for the highest accuracy down to the sub-millimeter and sub-second. Experience the meaning of perfected precision, maximum accuracy with the Leica Nova TS60. The Leica Nova TS60 learns the environment, delivers the most accurate positions even in difficult dynamic applications, and offers the fastest re-lock in case of interrupted line of sight. Automatically adapts for best measurement performance to site conditions Identifies and ignores irrelevant targets and reflections ATRplus with a dominant performance Automated target aiming range up to 1500m & automated locking range up to 1000m Accelerated
Leica Viva TS16
Meet the world’s first self-learning total station. Automatically adjusting to any environmental conditions, the Leica Viva TS16 locks onto your, and only your, target. Regardless of how challenging the task or the amount of distractions in the field, this total station exceeds your expectations. Cover a wide range of applications when this total station sees precisely what you see. Known for the most comprehensive imaging capability available, you can capture exact conditions for any worksite through the self-learning capability of the Leica Viva TS16. The Leica Viva TS16 learns the environment, delivers accurate positions even in difficult dynamic applications, and offers the fastest re-lock in case of interrupted line of sight. Automated target aiming range up to 1500m Automated target locking range up to 1000m Accelerated target search with PowerSearch LEICA CAPTIVATE SOFTWARE The Leica Viva TS16 total station comes with the revolutionary Captivate software, turning complex data into the most
Leica GeoMos Now!
Create your website Leica GeoMoS Now! is a web-based application that provides total, round the clock access to monitoring project data via any web-based device. Data is instantly available and users don’t require any previous knowledge of developing websites. Intuitive and easy-to-use configuration tools simplify the creation of webpages. Manage, analyse and distribute the key information after one simple setup. Using real-time data, early detection and fast reaction times can prevent potential problems before they develop, reducing risks and costs. Flexible and secure user access Giving you full control over security, access rights and authorisation levels can be set individually. GeoMoS Now! simplifies information to suit both the needs of the user and the monitoring project. By visually editing monitoring data, different needs of various users such as engineers, experts, and managers can be met. Visualisations in real time Receive accurate and timely overview on the status of projects by using a range of easy
HxGN GeoMonitoring Hub
Slope movement has always posed one of the biggest risks in mining; making slope monitoring an integral part of safety in mines. For the first time, an integrated software platform, the HxGN GeoMonitoring Hub, is able to combine, analyse, visualise and cross check all measurement results delivered by automated monitoring systems, such as total stations, GNSS, radar systems, geotechnical and environment sensors, InSAR, as well as manual readings in one geographic environment. Radar technology and traditional prism monitoring although highly complementary, have never in the past been brought together in a single platform. By integrating data from two existing platforms, the IDS GeoRadar Guardian platform and the Leica GeoMoS Monitoring Solution, the HxGN GeoMonitoring Hub now brings the best of both worlds together in one simple to use software. One platform for all monitoring sensors When it comes to safety in mines it is not an either-or question of monitoring technologies. Radar technology, traditional prism monitoring,