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May 4th, 2012
Leica Zeno GIS: Leica Geosystems Enhances its CS25 Tablet Computer Portfolio

The fully integrated data transfer via a Long Range Bluetooth® Wireless Technology is one of the absolute highlights of the  new Leica CS25 rugged tablet computer. The wireless connectivity to a remote sensor such as a Total Station equipped with the RH16 Long Range Bluetooth Radio handle was requested by many Leica Zeno GIS users. Now it is possible to perform an object-oriented survey in one-man operation, together with e.g. Leica MobileMatriX, without the need for external separate wireless radios, over a distance of up to 350 m (1150 ft).

“The Leica CS25 LRBT is another major part of our Leica Zeno GIS portfolio, which gives our customers full flexibility in hard -and software”, says Product manager Johannes Hotz.
The entire solution operates without the need for an external antenna, and partner applications can easily connect to the Long Range Bluetooth® module via a virtual COM port. 

Availability
Leica CS25 LRBT is immediately available. For more information please contact your Leica Geosystems sales representative.

For more information about Leica Zeno GIS series, please visit: http://www.leica-geosystems.com/zeno.