Sokkia's Cutting-Edge Wireless and Cable-Free Robotics
October 2, 2006
Sokkia's 2006 Dealer Meeting at its U.S. headquarters in Kansas was the setting for Sokkia's biggest announcement this year. Sokkia introduced its flagship Robotic Total Station, the SRX, to its attending dealers on the first day of the meeting, Sept. 19, 2006.
The new SRX from Sokkia is a fully-robotic, fully-tracking and auto-pointing robotic total station, with on-demand target reacquisition.
Sokkia's fully-tracking SRX uses the latest robotic technology. Sokkia's patented RED-tech EX technology offers the highest precision on all ranges of measurements.
Sokkia's flagship Total Station has the latest technology on-board to make single-operator measuring quick, easy and accurate. The power and familiarity of a Windows CE operating system is on-board the SRX.
Sokkia's SRX has Bluetooth wireless technology for cable-free use, making this single-operator Total Station even more convenient.
Multiple data interfaces, including USB and Compact Flash, make data in the field easy to transport back to the office. Saving data is easier than ever before with the options of USB or compact flash.
Sokkia's developers didn't stop there; they also enhanced the encoder with IACS technology. Groundbreaking new Independent Angle Calibration System (IACS) provides extremely reliable angle measurement with unprecedented stability.
Sokkia's dealers put it to the test using it around the building and indoors with Sokkia developers from Japan and other subsidiaries there for assistance.
Source: Sokkia Corporation, September 25, 2006.