Trimble is a leading provider of advanced positioning solutions that transform work processes through the application of innovative technology.

Around the world and across a wide range of industries, Trimble solutions empower professionals to make better decisions using geospatial information. Combining positioning technologies with office and field software, Trimble is transforming work in applications including surveying, GIS and geospatial imaging, as well as civil infrastructure, local government, oil and gas, construction, agriculture, transportation, utilities, natural resource management, public safety, and more. Trimble solutions use specialized tools and workflows to capture and manage a broad range of geospatial data.

The company’s innovative technologies include GNSS, GPS, optical total stations, data collection hardware, integrated sensors, field applications, real-time communications and office software for processing, modeling and data analytics. Using Trimble solutions, organizations can capture the most accurate spatial data and transform it into intelligence to deliver increased productivity and improved decision-making. Trimble systems provide rich, accurate deliverables that allows users to make timely and informed decisions.

In the office, Trimble software such as eCognition, RealWorks and Trimble Business Center (TBC) blends images, point clouds and ground measurements into comprehensive information sets. TBC software offers four editions: Base, Complete, Advanced and Advanced Drafting — as well as the three modules of Advanced Drafting, Aerial Photogrammetry and Data Prep — allowing engineers to create models, analyses and other deliverables tailored for downstream users.

In the field, hardware innovations such as the UX5 fixed-wing and ZX5 multicopter in Trimble’s UAS solutions portfolio, as well as the new line of Trimble S5, S7 and S9 total stations, provide time and cost-saving features, and productivity-enhancing workflows. The S7 includes Trimble VISION technology and SureScan technology, and is optional in the S9 total station. The DR Plus electronic distance measurement technology is a standard feature.

The new Trimble R8s Integrated GNSS receiver offers a unique option to configure and scale settings. Surveyors have the flexibility across their workflows by being able to tailor the receiver with the updated field software for their specific application.  And, similarly efficient in the field, the TX8 3D laser scanner offers greater accuracy (down to 1 mm) and streamlined onboard operation when measuring to longer ranges, thus decreasing the field time required for capturing reliable high-accuracy data.

The company’s portfolio of more than 1,000 patents is the basis for the broadest positioning solutions portfolio in the industry. Trimble products are used in more than 150 countries around the world. Employees in 35 countries, coupled with a network of dealers and distribution partners, serve and support customers. Founded in 1978, Trimble (NASDAQ: TRMB) is headquartered in Sunnyvale, Calif.


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