Has it really been over 2 years since the launch of the Trimble SX10 Scanning Total Station? We can’t believe it either!
However, it’s been particularly interesting over the last year to see the breadth of applications expand so significantly as surveyors and engineers, familiar with the technology, become highly resourceful in the new ways that they can use it. Our latest case study is a perfect example of this. Our thanks again to Lee Husk, Director of PDS Surveys, for sharing this latest story with us. When Lee found himself confronted with the challenge of how to produce an accurate point cloud of a 170m tunnel, with no human access permitted, that’s also home to one of Britain’s rarest bats hibernating over winter, he found his answer with the SX10.
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 >
In addition to current features, we’ve added new functions that take augmented reality to the next level. While you can still use SiteVision to: Reduce costs by catching design errors and make adjustments before construction begins. Achieve greater productivity by accelerating decision making and minimize rework. Easily communicate design to a wide range of stakeholders […]Trimble SiteVision Version 2.00 Read More >
Our thanks to Ted Harland, Managing Director of Tri-Tech Surveys, for our latest senseFly eBee X story. Ted and his team know eBee technology inside out and achieve some amazing results with their drone. This latest project saw them undertake a 4km corridor mapping project in a single morning achieving exactly the crisp, clear images […]New KOREC case study – Tri-Tech surveys corridor mapping Read More >
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