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September 27th, 2011
Leica Viva GS25: High-accurate GNSS Surveying Receiver for Peak Performance

 
High accuracy and extremely reliable – a sensor that can be used anywhere
Surveyors need to perform their tasks with the highest accuracy and reliability. From everyday tasks to the most demanding or complicated GNSS surveying job the versatile Leica Viva GS25 fulfills all requirements. 
With environmental protection to IP67 the Leica Viva GS25 is built to the highest standards for  the most extreme environments. With its internal battery charger users can trust the Leica Viva GS25 to perform in the most remote and inaccessible locations, whether on a glacier or in a desert.  
Maximum Flexibility – creating solutions for any challenge
The Leica Viva GS25 GNSS receiver allows many setup options to connect a wide variety of devices and data storage devices. Interfaces for PPS and Event together with a new excellent measurement engine makes it the ideal receiver for special applications such as academic research.

With modern built-in communication such as Bluetooth® Wireless Technology, GSM, UMTS or radio inside, no external communication devices or cables are needed. The small display and user interface on the Viva GS25 enables configuration without the need of any external device. Furthermore, the GNSS receiver can be easily controlled over a web browser. 

All this features, the most number of outputs, and the different ways to access the software let users perform the broadest variety of tasks, and makes the Leica Viva GS25 GNSS receiver the most flexible in the market today.

Proven technology – confidence to maximize productivity 
Leica Viva GS25 is built on year of knowledge and experience – reliability and accuracy are the hallmarks of Leica Geosystems. Users can trust even the most demanding survey control measuring tasks to the Leica Viva GS25.

Future Proof Investment
GNSS Modernization is an ongoing process. The modular GNSS tracking engine allows upgrade when new signals structures are finally published. With a unique exchangeable measurement engine, customers can keep up-to-date with the latest GNSS signals securing their investment into the long term. The Leica Viva GS25 supports a variety of GNSS signals including L1, L2, L5 and supports Galileo tracking including AltBOC.

Leica SmartWorx Viva – the perfect software for unrivaled efficiency
Leica SmartWorx Viva self-explanatory onboard software brings ease-of-use to a new level. With SmartWorx Viva and the onboard web server users are in complete control. The onboard software runs on a unique portfolio of wirelessly connected Leica Viva CS10 & CS15 Field Controllers.

Online Support in the field
The Leica Viva GS25 combined with a Viva Controller supports Leica Geosystems’ unique online support tool Active Assist. Support engineers can directly connect to a customer’s field system and see exactly what the customer sees. For difficult support cases, the support engineer guides the customer quickly back to full productivity.

Availability
The Leica Viva GS25 will be available in November 2011 together with the Leica SmartWorx Viva v4.0 release.
 
For more information please visit: http://www.leica-geosystems.com/Viva_GS25