Leica announces new, expanded Cyclone offerings

By on 16 December, 2020

Leica rolls out two new offerings in its Cyclone suite of reality capture management platforms.

The new cab off the rank is Leica’s Cyclone Enterprise, a centralised tool designed for project management and to facilitate access to reality capture data to actors on a range of platforms.

The new product features a web-based browser for point clouds and associated data created from a range of sources, along with a set of ‘serving as a central source of data for all products. This next-generation project management hub features robust user and project controls and complete deployment flexibility.’

The tool is designed to make captured data a ‘single source of truth’ for a project, according to said Faheem Khan, Vice President, Survey Solutions at Leica Geosystems.

“Cyclone Enterprise places reality capture data at the centre of the project ecosystem, enabling users to work smarter, deliver results more accurately and collaborate seamlessly through integrated products that fuse the real and digital worlds, connecting the data producer with the data consumer,” he said.

“Cyclone Enterprise is unique for its functionality as a hub for reality capture data streaming into all major 3rd party CAD packages or modern web browsers.”

The second Cyclone announcement is the expansion of Leica’s Field 360 app to be the one tool for all Leica terrestrial laser scanners. The tool facilitates data collection and registration in the field, and will now be the go-to capture app across the entire ScanStation P-Series line.

“We’re confident that this workflow enhancement will be recognised across a wide variety of our future laser scanning projects,” said Joost Assendelft, team leader at Geodata IV-Infra.

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