Around the world
At Hexagon's Geosystems division, we are honoured to support you with a comprehensive portfolio of digital solutions that capture, measure and visualise the physical world and enable data-driven transformation across industry ecosystems.
Here, we feature a few of our users in the field doing what they do best — ensuring a scalable, sustainable future. Share with us how you are solving complex daily challenges using Hexagon solutions.
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Ukrainian-based laser scanning specialists from Skeiron digitise historical heritage sites across the country. Using the Leica ScanStation C10 and Cyclone REGISTER 360 point cloud software, the team creates digital twins of Ukraine's most treasured historic buildings for future preservation.
Ladina Steiner, Earth Observation Researcher, is installing a Leica GS Reference Antenna to measure snow density, mass and accumulation on the Antarctic ice shelf to help understand climate-relevant processes as well as to enhance regional climate models and their predictions. Photo by Ladina Steiner.
Glaciologist Luc Moreau and a team of scientists from the University of Savoie Mont Blanc CNRS help to measure the deformation of ice in the Mer de Glace glacier to monitor climate change using handheld and lightweight mobile 3D laser scanning technology, the Leica BLK2GO with support from team of Leica Geosystems. Photo by Monica Dalmasso.
ACEA company is performing extensive utility detection in the centre of Rome with the all-in-one specialised GPR system RIS MF Hi-Mod. Photo by BOVIAR srl.
Fabian Nebel, Head of Construction and Engineering Surveying at Trigonet AG uses the Leica AP20 AutoPole to measure on the construction site of the steepest cog rail in the world, the Pilatus Cog Rail by Lucerne, Switzerland.