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February 25th, 2014
Leica Zeno GNSS/GIS Handhelds Deliver Better Accuracy in L1 Post-processing

The improved L1 post-processing kernel provides considerable improvement in code post-processing accuracy in all environments. With the well-established EasyIn process the simplest dataflow between field and office is supported.


Higher accuracy and reliable results with L1 post-processing

Zeno Office simultaneously checks in features and GNSS raw data, automatically post-processes GNSS observations and updates feature vertices to the most accurate location in one easy, automated step that saves a lot of time while delivering reliable and better results. Tests have shown that the position accuracy has been improved in and up to the decimetre range.

The new kernel is capable of post-processing GPS raw data logged with a Leica Zeno 5 SirfStarIV GPS chipset, also enabling the entry-level Zeno 5 users to improve their positions with a post-processing workflow.



Measure and synchronise features in real-time 


With the new cloud feature synchronisation between Zeno Field and Zeno Office via ArcGIS Online, users can now measure features in Zeno Field and transmit them in real-time to Zeno Office over the air via ArcGIS Online. This allows users to synchronise with others in real-time.

Together with Zeno Office, users can easily manage feature quality over time and benefit from automated import and export functions to a wide range of different formats such as ArcGIS™ geodatabase, shapefile, dxf, dgn, and dwg. Zeno Office is also available as an extension to ArcGIS Desktop.

Other improvements include:

  • LandXML Export in Zeno Office
  • Zeno Office now supports the Windows 8 operating system, and Zeno Office on ArcGIS is now supporting ArcGIS 10.2
  • Zeno Office now supports the languages English, German, Chinese, Spanish, Japanese, French, Russian and Polish.

Beside the implementation of new functionality, this release also focused on quality improvements across the board: installation, application use, documentation, and firmware loading.

Availability


Leica Zeno Field v3.2, Zeno Office v3.2, and Zeno Connect v2.1 software updates for the Zeno GIS series are immediately available. Ordering information is available from all authorised Leica Geosystems representatives.

For detailed information about Leica Zeno Field and Office software please visit: 
http://www.leica-geosystems.com/zeno .