The demonstrations will be held in Indiana and Ohio; anyone interested is encouraged to register for the events at the website.

Sterling Systems, a provider of technology for civil, engineering and architectural professionals, has recently launched a series of seminars across the Midwest featuring the Leica Geosystems high-resolution HDS3000 laser scanner. The HDS3000 is a "user-friendly" 3D laser scanner, and is the flagship of Leica's HDS product family, making high-definition field data capture more efficient and easier for a wider range of surveying, engineering and architectural projects.

With demonstrations scheduled for Indianapolis, IN on June 15, Broadview Heights, OH on June 16 and Columbus, OH on June 17, interested participants are encouraged to visit the Sterling Systems website to register to attend this exciting event.

About Sterling Systems
Founded in 1990, Sterling Systems & Consulting Inc. is a provider for CAD and design technologies in the United States. Sterling Systems is known for delivering complete technology solutions including training, implementation, customization as well as software and hardware solutions. As an award winning Autodesk Value Added Reseller, and one of Autodesk largest resellers in the United States, Sterling Systems has achieved the Preferred Solution Provider status, Autodesk's highest level of authorization. The company is headquartered in Madison Heights, MI with several regional offices.

About Leica Geosystems
Leica Geosystems HDS Inc. (formerly Cyra Technologies) is a division of Leica Geosystems, specializing in innovative laser scanning solutions. Leica Geosystems goal is to provide innovative solutions for surveyors and engineers for capturing and utilizing high-definition, high-detail spatial datasets, also known as "point clouds."

Source: Sterling Systems, June 13, 2004