Leica Geosystems debuts GNSS RTK rover at Intergeo 2017

October 5, 2017  - By
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Leica Geosystems released its GS18 T GNSS RTK rover at Intergeo 2017, which took place Sept. 26-28 in Berlin, Germany. According to the company, this GNSS RTK rover saves users time because they no longer need to hold the pole vertical to level the bubble.

In addition, the GS18 T RTK rover combines with the company’s Leica Captive and Infinity softwares, which allows the rover to record how the pole was leveled during the measurement and to store the values, the company said.

Watch the video to learn more about the GS18 T.

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