The Aibot X6 is an autonomously flying hexacopter, specifically designed for demanding tasks in surveying, industrial inspection, agriculture and forestry. Equipped with a high level of artificial intelligence, this UAV reaches virtually any target and can independently create high resolution images and videos. An unmatched feature of the Aibot X6 offers the possibility to adapt varying kinds of sensors such as hyper- and multispectral sensors, infrared and thermal sensors and sensors for other industry-specific missions.
Portable measurement has never been this easy. An all-in-one metrology solution more portable than any other on the market, the Leica Absolute Tracker AT403 from Hexagon Manufacturing Intelligence is a self-contained measurement workshop inside a single compact and convenient case. With outperforming measurement process speed, operational simplicity like no other laser tracker and an unmatched level of robust construction, the Leica Absolute Tracker AT403 is a calculated bundle of affordable innovation without equal on the portable measurement market. Measure absolutely anything, absolutely anywhere, straight out of the box, with the Leica Absolute Tracker AT403.
The most versatile pipe lasers in the market, the Leica Piper 200 and 100 bring exceptional performance, accuracy and simplicity to sewer construction and pipe applications. The compact Piper fits inside a 100 millimetre (4 inch) pipe, assuring easy and efficient setup even in the smallest inverts.
Tackling any challenge on a jobsite, the Leica Rugby 840 multi-purpose laser is the most versatile system in the Rugby 800-series rotating laser family. Designed for any levelling, aligning, squaring and plumbing tasks on site, Rugby 840 delivers the highest and the most precise performance in general construction and interior finishing applications.
Since Leica Geosystems is in the business of selling precision survey instruments, the quality of the data produced by these instruments is central to the value the company delivers to our customers. While creating the Leica ScanStation family of products, Leica Geosystems has designed and conducted a number of steps to ensure our accuracy and performance specifications are met. This document summarises some of the steps taken in service and in manufacturing in order to ensure accuracy specifications are met, using the Leica ScanStation P40 as an example. Similar steps have been applied to the creation of all P-series and C-series scanners.
The Leica ScanStation C10 platform represents the most capabilities and best value packed into a single laser scanner instrument. Users can take advantage of surveyor-friendly, onboard total station-like control or use an external laptop for even more powerful, onsite viewing and data processing.
The Leica ScanStation C5 is the only scanner where users can start with excellent entry-level capabilities and add additional features over time – all the way up to the highest set of capabilities packed into any single laser scanner instrument. Users can take advantage of surveyor-friendly, onboard total station-like control or use an external laptop for even more powerful, onsite viewing and data processing.