Better in BetweenParticipate to WIN!
Whether you’re building single-story structures or supertall skyscrapers, the details in between planning and completion are critical. Fast and accurate measuring, layout and 3D capture are essential to completing your projects on time and on budget.
With building construction solutions from Leica Geosystems, you can confidently move from manual analogue practices to modern digital technology and significantly lower your operational costs without disrupting your current workflow. Smart reality capture and digital layout solutions help you save time, eliminate rework, gain productivity and reap long-term rewards.
Digitalising your construction process should be simple. With accurate and easy-to-use instruments, intuitive software and trusted services, Leica Geosystems can help you make your projects better in between.
Find out how Kyle, a professional Field Engineer is better in between.
Use digitalisation to simplify – not complicate
"A lot happens between the planning and completion of a project. Your total station should empower you to work with less hassle, more speed and higher precision than ever before."
Forget the complex algorithms. Just measure.
"Easy, fast and accurate measurement. Reliable data. Fewer people. Quite simple, really."
Discover the new Leica iCR80 & iCR70 Robotic Construction Total Stations
The new Leica iCR80
It used to be that speed with precision, ease-of-use and reliability was an unthinkable combination. How times have changed.
The new Leica iCR70
Simplicity is when complex layouts are completed quickly, accurately and easily.
Sign up to win
To celebrate the launch of the new Leica Construction Robotic Total Stations, we are giving away a special edition iCR80 Leica Geosystems Swiss watch or Swiss Army knife weekly.
Download the Data Sheet and complete the form below with your answer to enter our prize drawing!
“Tell us of a problem or a situation during your construction process where one of the key benefits listed on the iCR80/iCR70 Data Sheet would have definitely been helpful.”