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Our sophisticated solutions combine a wide array of geodetic, geotechnical and meteorological sensors with fully customisable software.
Preserved as a historic building, the original façade and staircase of the Dom Hotel had to be preserved while partial demolition of its internal structure was carried out.
How Leica Geosystems instruments provided cost-saving benefits for monitoring and construction applications.
As excavation and construction barrel ahead on the Sydney Metro, a small and vital team of engineers have been quietly navigating the crowds and rumbling trains that define Sydney’s Central Station.
Under construction in Somerset, England, the new Hinkley Point C (HPC) nuclear power station will produce 3.2 GWe of reliable low carbon electricity – enough to power 6 million UK homes.
Automated monitoring ensures full control of sensitive ground when Kristianstad’s central sewage treatment plant undergoes expansion.
Find out how monitoring helps guide Harvard to make appropriate decisions on the life-safety of the famous Harvard stadium.
Get into the details and the necessity of a well-planned monitoring project to support a long-term expansion project of the railway station in Winterthur, Switzerland.
Learn all about the connection between Leica Geosystems’ monitoring package and the rehabilitation of the Edgar Cardoso bridge in Figueira da Foz, Portugal.
Deploying a GPS solution to locate the layout of Central Park Tower‘s floors
Monitoring the Royal Canadian Air Force Warren Truss Hangars’ wooden structure
Learn all about how Leica Geosystems’ monitoring package has been used to monitor the 1915Çanakkale Bridge, connecting Turkey and the rest of the European continent.
Leica Geosystems technology puts itself at the service of rail
Ensuring safety in London’s underground with a tailored monitoring solution
On September 30, 2018, the 200 or so residents of British Columbia’s Old Fort (not far from Fort St. John) were shocked by the roar of a landslide
City infrastructures are not built overnight. In between planning, design and construction, there are other crucial activities – just like monitoring happening at the same time.
In the quest for finding hidden chambers in Tutankhamun’s tombs with Ground Penetrating Radar in Egypt
Undocking cruise ships’ power stations with the help of GNSS in Germany
Keeping light railway travellers safe with a monitoring system in Dublin, Ireland
Obtaining precise and reliable coordinates during the construction process of London’s second tallest skyscraper with a tailor-made GNSS solution
Monitoring water levels in Germany with GeoMoS.
GNSS receivers guide an around-the-world adventure.
Preserving cultural artefacts with a total station in Sweden.
Cities are evolving entities that need to adapt to accommodate the needs of the people, sustain economic functions and provide well-being and life quality.