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February 23rd, 2016
New Leica LS15 Digital Level Provides Industry-Leading Accuracy, Ease

Heerbrugg, Switzerland, 23 February, 2016 — Leica Geosystems, industry leader in digital levels, released today the new Leica LS15 digital level, offering experienced measuring professionals reliable accuracy with ease while measuring levelling projects for buildings, roads, railways and bridges.

The Leica LS15 completes all steps of a project, streamlining the traditionally demanding, often tedious, tasks associated with the levelling process. Industry-leading 0.2 mm accuracy is achieved by simply aiming at the target via the colour touch display and pressing the measuring button. Such features as an electronic bubble, tilt checks prior to each measurement and autofocus help to ease measuring professionals’ fatigue over the course of a day’s work, significantly reducing the risk of human-based errors.

“Intensive levelling tasks can often become tedious in duration, increasing the risk of costly mistakes,” said Falko Henning, product manager for digital levels at Leica Geosystems. “By simplifying the process and thereby speeding up the work, measurement professionals can enjoy the experience of levelling while receiving more accurate results.”

Faster staff sighting
The Leica LS15 is the only level on the market equipped with a camera and enables target staffs to be sighted faster. Users need only to locate the staff on the camera’s touch display and to press the measuring button to automatically record the staff reading and measurement values.

With the digital level’s USB and Bluetooth® interface to enable fast and easy data transfer, Leica Infinity software suite processes complex levelling data back in the office. Users can combine tables with graphics or cross check important project information in one program window, creating easy access to all  project data, results and deliverables.

Leica Geosystems also released the LS10 digital level offering standard functionalities.

Further information on the Leica LS digital levels at:
http://www.leica-geosystems.com/ls15_ls10