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October 20th, 2011
Carlson SurvCE Data Collection Software Now Available with the Leica Viva

The Viva GS receivers provide exchangeable communication devices for field base stations and RTK, a fully scalable sensor, an integrated web server and more.  The Leica Viva TS robotics combine the world’s best total station sensors: angles, distances, drives and the patented PowerSearch target recognition camera. “The Viva GNSS and Total Stations work specifically with the CS10 and CS15 Field Controllers from Leica Geosystems,” adds Carlson. “These Field Controllers are the fastest we’ve seen to date. With the sharp VGA high-res screens, speed and expanded storage, there is a real crispness of operation, both graphically and with large data sets. It pushes the pace of fieldwork to a new level.” Read More