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December 11th, 2010
Leica Geosystems Speeds Processing Point Clouds Into intelligent Plant Models

Leica Geosystems announces the exclusive distribution of RealityLINx® Model 5.4 – powered by Leica point cloud Engine (pcE) technology. RealityLINx Model 5.4 speeds and simplifies the processing of as-built laser scans into intelligent models that feed into popular 3D plant design software and into INOVx plant asset management software. Leica pcE makes RealityLINx Model more powerful and better connected Living up to claims from its October 2009 unveiling, the new Leica pcE foundation has enabled third party software developer and Leica Geosystems business partner, INOVx, to add more powerful and flexible point cloud capabilities to RealityLINx Model software. Learn More