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    Leica Nova MS60
    Leica Nova MS60, Nova MS60, Leica Total Stations
    To meet the demands of our ever-changing and increasingly-quicker world, we developed the world’s first MultiStation, combining all available measurement technologies in one superior instrument. Now, we’ve made that instrument even smarter. The Leica Nova MS60 MultiStation is the world’s first self-learning MultiStation, automatically and continuously adapting to any environment,...

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    Leica Viva TS16
    Leica Viva TS16, Viva TS16, Leica Total Stations
    Meet the world’s first self-learning total station. Automatically adjusting to any environmental conditions, the Leica Viva TS16 locks onto your, and only your, target. Regardless of how challenging the task or the amount of distractions in the field, this total stations exceeds your expectations. Cover a wide range of applications when...

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    Leica Nova TS60
    Leica Nova TS60, Nova TS60, Leica Robotic Total Stations
    Engineering companies and contractors face increased challenges monitoring this change. They are being charged with – and being held liable for – the condition of the structures they create and maintain. In order to surmount these challenges, engineers need to be able to measure structural movements to millimetre-level accuracy. For...

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    Leica TS13 Mid-Range Robotic Total Station
    Leica TS13, Leica TS13 Mid-Range Robotic Total Station, Robotic Total Station
    The Leica TS13 is a mid-range robotic total station. It is a scalable robotic total station, powered by Leica Captivate field software and can be connected to a Leica CS20 field controller. It can be upgraded at any time to benefit from additional functionalities....

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    Leica Nova TM50
    Leica Nova TM50, Nova TM50, Leica Robotic Total Station
    Engineering companies and contractors face increased challenges monitoring this change. They are being charged with – and being held liable for – the condition of the structures they create and maintain. In order to surmount these challenges, engineers need to be able to measure structural movements to millimetre-level accuracy. For...

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