Leica Geosystems enhances total stations

Leica Geosystems continues to innovate at its Heerbrugg site with the development of products. It has now enhanced the entire automated total stations portfolio. These measurement devices are used in areas such as construction.

Construction site.
Image Credit: Leica Geosystems


In 2021, Leica Geosystems will celebrate 100 years since the founding of WILD Heerbrugg AG. The manufacturer of precision instruments is proud that “Heerbrugg continues to be the home of many innovations”, as Hans-Martin Zogg, Business Director TPS at Leica Geosystems, said in a press release. The latest of these innovations from the St.GallenBodenseeArea is the newly enhanced automated total station portfolio.

Among the new products to come out of Heerbrugg is the latest Leica Nova MS60. This station enables users to perform all surveying tasks with one instrument. Leica therefore markets this as “the world’s first MultiStation”. Like the Nova MS60, other total stations from Leica Geosystems are supplied with the relevant software that seamlessly connects measurement sensors to provide maximum productivity from field data collection to presentation.

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