Leica GeoMoS Version 4.0 combines geodetic and geotechnical deformation date into a single resource for instant analysis.



(Norcross, Ga., 09 June 2008) Leica GeoMoS Version 4.0, automatic deformation monitoring software, now features the ability to gather, store, and analyze geotechnical data recorded through a Campbell Scientific datalogger. Geotechnical data is now integrated seamlessly with geodetic data in a single database for advanced deformation analysis.

Neal Toso, product marketing director – structural monitoring for Leica Geosystems, says, “We’ve entered a new era in multi-sensor monitoring with this geotechnical sensor interface. Now non-georeferenced displacement data can supplement measurements made by Leica’s high precision total stations and GPS insturments. This sensor combination results in greater understanding of structure movements and improves failure prediction.”

The latest release of GeoMoS also includes “virtual sensor” functionality. This feature allows users to model the output of one or more sensors using constants, mathematical functions and/or logic operators. Easily configurable, virtual sensors are ideal for the calibration of measurements or computation of parameters of interest, such as convergences or torsions, or to analyze traditional measurement data and results.

Leica GeoMoS v4.0 requires a valid software maintenance key for successful installation and operation.

To learn more about this product go to www.leica-geosystems.com/us/en/lgs_4802.htm.