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With the imaging support of the new TS15 and TS11, Leica MobileMatriX users can simply take an image with the Total Station and store it directly in a GIS database. The image assisted documentation enables users to supplement their GIS archive with detailed information about the situation on-site. Furthermore, Leica MobileMatriX v4.1 can now be operated with the latest Leica Viva GNSS receivers. More Improvements The new version 4.1 of Leica MobileMatriX provides many more features.

Amongst others the import of RINEX data has been further improved. Availability Leica MobileMatriX v4.1 is ready to deliver. All Leica MobileMatriX users with a valid Customer Care Package can update to Leica MobileMatriX v4.1 free of charge. For more information about Leica MobileMatriX, please visit http://www.leica-geosystems.com/mobilematrix or contact your local Leica Geosystems dealer. Leica MobileMatriX v4.1 now supports the new Leica Viva TS11 and TS15. Images taken with the inbuilt digital camera can directly be stored into the GIS database.