Wichmann Innovations Award 2016

Leica Geosystems nominated for Wichmann Innovations Award 2016

Leica Captivate and CityMapper have been nominated in the prestigious Wichmann Innovations Award at INTERGEO 2016.

Your vote can help Leica Geosystems winning streak keep going, as the Leica Pegasus:Backpack took the award home last year, and you can also get in on the winning.

Every online voter is entered into a drawing at random for various prizes.


Wichmann Award 2016 - Leica Geosystems nominated in software and hardware categories

Vote now for Captivate and CityMapper and win.

Voting ends on October 12, at 8 PM (CEST)



Leica CityMapper

One Flight, Twice the Data

The Leica CityMapper is the world’s first airborne sensor specifically designed for urban mapping applications, allowing those involved in the development and execution of Smart City strategies and urban planning to make decisions based on the best available geospatial data base. From one flight only and with one sensor in a standard aircraft installation, one operator can acquire multispectral nadir imagery, oblique imagery in four directions with 45° degrees and high density LiDAR data, which subsequently can be processed to provide the most comprehensive and high resolution data source for smart decision making. Hybrid flight planning and mission execution support highly effective data acquisition.

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Leica Captivate 2.0

Industry-Revolutionising 3D Field Software

Leica Captivate is an industry-revolutionising field software for a variety of measurement instruments that turns complex data into the most realistic and workable 3D models. With easy-to-use apps and familiar touch technology, all forms of measured and design data can be viewed in all dimensions. Captivate spans industries and applications with little more than a simple swipe, regardless of whether you work with GNSS, total stations or both.

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