All Surveying Equipment Articles

How technology is keeping Rail Baltica on track
International project is utilising technology as it moves to the construction phase
Hexagon launches next-gen laser scanner
Leica BLK360 imaging laser scanner is five times faster than its predecessor
Peri launches digital concrete monitoring kit
Temperature Monitoring and Concrete Maturity Kit takes temperature readings from different points in concrete
Topcon launches new survey models
New LN-150 robotic layout navigator and GT-1200 total station models improve accuracy of paving curbs and gutters
Hilti maintains R&D spend through pandemic
Hilti Group reported a 9.6% decline in sales in 2020 to CHF 5.3 billion, with operating profits down 7% at CHF 728 million.
Trimble launches new data collector
TSC5 Data Controller features Android 10 operating system and is fully integrated with Trimble’s surveying instruments and software packages
Topcon launches GLT-1000 scanner
Scanning robotic station provides full-feature layout for single operator control
New report supports use of drones
New research finds that using drones for inspecting and monitoring is quicker and safer
Surveying: Surveying change
The world of surveying is subject to much change, with the introduction of new techologies
Topcon and Bentley tie up
Better managing and integrating survey, engineering and construction data is goal of the two firms
Drones technology - an overview
Airware’s Emmanuel de Maistre talks to Mike Hayes about the future – and the now – of drones technology on construction sites
Hilti celebrates 75 years
Michael Hilti, son of Hilti’s original founder, is confident about future and praises the manufacturer’s independence and flexibility
Trimble combines pointer and crossline
New Spectra Precision LT52 combines five-beam laser pointer with horizontal and vertical crossline laser
Feature: Surveying
Surveying is as much about software as instruments these days, and the challenge is to keep things simple for the user, even if complexity is on the increase behind the scenes.
Feature: Surveying technology
Increasingly sophisticated on-site tools and the rise in the use of BIM to run construction projects may be daunting, but they also represent an opportunity for contractors.
Topcon’s 3D view
New workflow management system connects all sites, data, crews and equipment, while 3D visualisation of jobsite is available
Trimble to showcase machine control systems
GCSFlex for excavators and CCSFlex for compactors will form part of Trimble's machine control and positioning technology display.
Efficiency through wireless control to feature at CEWEF
Topcon's Andreas Lundback will look at how positioning technology can improve on-site efficiency through machine control.
Trimble to showcase connected site solutions
Specialist communications tools for heavy civil contractors.
Topcon's new levels fill gap in range
2LS tools fit in between professional and entry-level instruments, while high technology systems will also be on display.
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