Leica Geosystems is introducing Be Captivated Live Tours in locations around the U.S. and Canada.
The events will give surveyors and engineers the opportunity to experience the future of surveying by immersing themselves in Captivate’s intuitive functionality and customizable interface, exploring the potential to bring live-streamed intelligent cloud-based imagery into the field, and test driving the world’s first self-learning measurement instruments.
The Be Captivated Live Tours kicks off with a Think Forward webinar on June 25, in which attendees will be given a virtual tour of the new 3D immersive software and its capabilities.
The local Live Tour events will provide personalized demonstrations of how to streamline graphical coding and linework, how to seamlessly switch between 2D and 3D to transform survey data into workable models, and how to leverage the integration of design, survey and scanning data to increase business success. Attendees will be among the first to see how geo-referenced imagery from the Hexagon Imagery Program (HxIP) can be used to add spatial and contextual awareness to surveys.
Experienced professionals will be available at each event to answer questions and provide insight on how to easily access and use 3D data and high-resolution imagery from a variety of different sensors and sources with a much faster and easier workflow. Attendees will be able to explore the world’s first self-learning Leica Viva TS16 Total Station, Leica Nova TS60 Total Station and Leica Nova MS60 MultiStation.
Additionally, all Live Tour attendees will have the opportunity to be entered in a drawing to win an exclusive, behind-the-scenes tour of Leica Geosystems in Heerbrugg, Switzerland.
With close to 200 years of experience pioneering solutions to measure the world, Leica Geosystems products and services help customers worldwide capture, analyze and present spatial information. Leica Geosystems is best known for its broad array of products that capture accurately, model quickly, analyze easily, and visualize and present spatial information.