Z+F laser scanning solutions now available from Position Partners

By on 1 February, 2017

IMAGER 5010C on Mount Etna, Italy

Geospatial and positioning company Position Partners is pleased to announce a distribution agreement with Zoller + Fröhlich (Z+F), an electrical engineering firm based in Germany. Under the agreement, Position Partners will offer sales, training and technical support for a range of Z+F laser scanners to customers throughout Australia, New Zealand and Papua New Guinea (PNG).

“Z+F has a reputation for delivering industry-leading solutions that are innovative, reliable and highly accurate,” said Martin Nix, Position Partners CEO.

“We are delighted to partner with a company that shares our passion for pioneering a better way and we look forward to offering customers the very best when it comes to 3D laser scanning technology that is backed by our extensive technical expertise and local support,” added Nix.


Ideal for use in a wide range of applications for the built environment, resources industry, natural landscapes or forensic investigations, Z+F 3D laser scanners are used by engineers and surveyors to create high resolution point clouds for data analysis and reporting.

Position Partners will offer the popular Z+F IMAGER 5010 series as well as the new Z+F IMAGER 5016, a compact, high performance instrument that delivers more than one million points per second accuracy up to distances of 360 metres.

Position Partners laser scanning experts will be trained at Z+F’s headquarters in Germany, to enable support for customers. Z+F will also assist Position Partners to establish a local calibration check facility in Australia to minimise service turnaround times.

“We welcome this new reseller agreement with Position Partners, a company with a large network of offices to support customers at a local level,” said Dr. Christopher Fröhlich, one of the founding partners of Z+F. “We look forward to a successful partnership and offering well supported, reliable instruments to the surveying, engineering, construction and mining industries.”

IMAGER 5010C: 360° HDR panorama scan on Mount Etna in Italy

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