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October 18th, 2018
Leica Geosystems Introduces New Generation of Manual Total Stations

(Heerbrugg, Switzerland ) – Leica Geosystems, part of Hexagon, announced today the launch of the new manual total stations, the Leica FlexLine series.

Building on the FlexLine series legacy of quality, durability and low total cost of ownership, the  new Leica FlexLine TS03, TS07 and TS10 models are designed to improve productivity in the field by automatically capturing height. Replacing the former manual total stations (Leica FlexLine TS02, TS06, TS09 and Leica Viva TS11), the new series is designed for reliability through extensive testing and comes standard with the latest in UX-focused software, Leica FlexField or Leica Captivate. Enabling quicker field-to-office data sharing, the TS07 and TS10 also offer integration of mobile data devices.

“With the new FlexLine series, Leica Geosystems continues to innovate and find ways to provide increased offerings even with a steadfast solution like their manual total stations,” said Veljko Fuštić of VEKOM Geo, a long-time distributor of Leica Geosystems. “We’re positive our customers will recognise these advancements and benefit from them across a wide variety of projects.”

AutoHeight: Instrument setup made easy

The world’s first AutoHeight feature enables FlexLine TS07 and TS10 users to automatically measure instrument height. AutoHeight uses a laser from the instrument to measure to the ground and automatically passes the right instrument height to the onboard software. It prevents time-consuming manual effort, minimises errors and increases productivity.

“With several decades on the market, we learned a lot from the former FlexLine series and its predecessors, and we used that knowledge to develop the new generation of manual total stations for our customers,“ said Hans-Martin Zogg, Leica Geosystems’ business director for total stations. “Providing the latest software and mobile data connectivity, we want all our customers to benefit from our advanced solutions and realise productivity gains and cost savings on their projects.“ 

The new FlexLine TS03, TS07 and TS10 manual total stations are being launched at INTERGEO in Frankfurt, Germany. For hands-on demonstrations, visit Hexagon at Hall 12.1, Booth D.023. To learn more about the new TS series, please visit leica-geosystems.com/flexline.