On the road with Leica Geosystems

By on 17 October, 2018

Leica Geosystems and local distributor, CR Kennedy, are taking to the road across Australia to bring a series of events aimed at showcasing Leica solutions that take advantage of the digital, data-driven revolution.

The series of free Leica Geosystems events will connect product experts from Leica and CR Kennedy with users and industry enthusiasts, and will feature presentations spanning a number of key areas, including surveying, machine control, reality capture and building construction.

Scheduled between 24 October – 2 November, these events will be taking place in Brisbane, Sydney, Melbourne, Adelaide & Perth. A certificate of attendance will be provided for all attendees.

A star of the events will certainly be Leica’s RTC360, the company’s 3D reality capture solution with ground-breaking new technology that Leica Geosystems says puts it two years ahead of any competitor.

This presentation will show the new hardware and software workflows available with the RTC360 and how these improvements change the return on investment equation for anyone offering a reality capture service.

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