Construction intelligence has valued UK contracts in 2017 at £71bn. A great number of these will require some form of monitoring which is why adding deformation monitoring to your survey portfolio can be highly profitable. And it’s easier than you think. More often than not, you already have the equipment to do it with basic systems requiring nothing more than a Trimble Total Station with FineLock technology and the stake-out function in Trimble Access software running on a controller.
The KOREC team includes monitoring specialists well versed in the full range of Trimble scaleable systems that offer everything from a basic low-cost entry level system that include a modestly priced app to fully remote systems for complex monitoring projects and analysis.Browse our Range
How Tri-Tech Surveys achieved 4km of crisp, clear corridor mapping imagery in a single morning…Corridor Mapping with senseFly’s eBee X Read More >
A single Trimble monitoring system is all that’s required for a challenging site thanks to intelligent planning and a full understanding of the project’s challenges.Monitoring the Albert Hall with the Trimble S8 Read More >
We have finally taken the plunge into the world of blogging. Over the coming months we will be filling our blog with all manner of interesting and relevant articles. Feel free to pop by every now and again with a cuppa and join us as we ramble about all things survey, construction and mapping. If […]KOREC Gets Blogging Read More >
The “Connected Site™” strategy is the answer that comes loud and clear from Trimble, but what is the Connected Site solution, who benefits and how is it relevant to the UK market? The Connected Site strategy is Trimble’s vision of how the future construction environment will operate and underlines Trimble’s own move from a provider […]What does the future hold for construction? Read More >
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