Whether it is surveying an underpass in Saudi Arabia or working on a mine in Peru, our users are working diligently to further not only the industry but global society.
At Hexagon’s Geosystems division, we are honoured to be a part of this, supporting users with precise and accurate instruments, sophisticated software, and trusted services. We deliver value every day to those shaping the future of our world, and we thank them for all that they do continuously, tirelessly, decisively. Here, we feature a few of our users in the field doing what they do best - shaping smart change for a better world.
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Mapping an Island Resort, in South Malé Atoll, Maldives using the Leica GS18 T and the BLK360 by Faruhath Jameel, Affan Shakir and Hamdulla Shakeeb
Road construction surveying in Cochabamba, Bolivia using Leica Geosystems total station by Jherman Alarcón
Construction of an hydropower station in Bishkek, Kyrgyzstan using Leica TCR 1205+ by Rysbek Zholdoshov Arabia and Raja Sheraz Ahmed
Surveying oil pipelines in Iraq using Leica Viva GS15 GNSS antennae by Momin Obeidi
Conducting historical preservation using Leica RTC360 in Petra, Jordan by Qasem Ahmad Al-Betar
Scanning the Cenotaph in Liverpool’s world heritage site St. Georges Hall using Leica RTC360 by Rebecca Jones in the United Kingdom
Surveying in a coastal snowstorm the adjacent houses and roof peaks for a new construction project in New Jersey, United States, using Leica Viva GS15 GPS, TS09 plus total station and CS15 field controller by Jason Krwawecz
Building project in Algeria using Leica FlexLine TS07 manual total Station by Fares Fares
Surveying for an urban rail transit project in Adelaide, Australia using Leica TS15 total stations by Nelson Boquin
Improving old sidewalks and laying down new electric cables along a main road in Tønsberg, Norway using Leica iCON iXE2 machine control solution by Andreas Clausen
Cemetery survey project in the town of Caldes d'Estrac, using Leica Viva TS16 total station and GS15 GPS by Alfonso-D. Martínez Ezpeleta