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Cadastral

Solutions for Cadastral
Cadastral solutions involve managing legal cadastres of properties and registers with transaction history according to country or state regulations. This includes attribute information describing land use and ownership.
A tourist attraction below undefined boundaries
The Dachstein Glacier borders two Austrian states: Upper Austria and Styria. Exactly where these two borders meet was vaguely declared in 1949, after Linz and Graz, the capital cities of the two federal states, decided to end their parliament meeting by declaring that the border between the states ran along the watershed and the rocky cliffs. more
Accurate GNSS Everywhere with SmartNet
Ten years ago, RTK surveys typically involved two GPS receivers (a base and a rover), a lot of batteries and cables, two radios, a tripod, a pole, and a backpack to carry it all. Today users can choose between a GPS or a GNSS receiver, and a radio or a mobile phone, and it all fits on the pole. With the establishment of RTK networks, they can also choose to work with an RTK rover within these networks instead of setting up their own base-station. Leica Geosystems SmartNet gives users easy access to precise Network RTK data, where they experience the best availability, reliability, and traceability using internationally recognized standards, combined with flexible and affordable subscription options that meet the needs of the local market. more
Accurate, Enriched Data at Lower Cost
When the CH2M HILL survey team set out to map the City of Woodburn, Oregon’s 1,500 sewer manholes, the challenge was to gather and organize a varied group of data with a limited budget. For each manhole the client wanted: the pipe invert elevation; pipe size and type; documentation of condition; amount of debris; and photos. A traditional approach would have generated an inordinate number of notes that would have been difficult to organize and deliver within budget. After considering various products, the team chose Leica MobileMatriX on ArcGIS, a survey software that provided the team with geographic information system (GIS) capabilities and survey-grade accuracy in the field. The field integration of GIS enabled the team to complete all fieldwork 16 days ahead of schedule and 25 % under budget even while using MobileMatriX for the first time. more
Connect the Coastal Dots
Both on the ground and in the air, mapping the Florida Keys proves difficult. But gathering aerial images in strip form rather than frames helps establish control and improves GIS layers. Read more about this article, “Connect the Coastal Dots”, which appears in the February 2008 issue of Professional Surveyor magazine. more
AFREF
AFREF is conceived as a unified geodetic reference frame for Africa. In March 2007, the first permanent GNSS reference station was launched in Kenya. Leica Geosystems supports the project with its knowledge, as well as via donation of a complete system. more
Channel Islands
The use of Leica Geosystems has created an easy to use and reliable solution for the people of the Channel Islands. People just switch on the rover and go - without having to worry about Base Stations. more
MobileMatriX in Covington
In response to the Clean Water Act and NPDES stormwater requirements, the City of Covington conducted an inventory of their entire stormwater infrastructure with Leica MobileMatriX.  more
GNSS QC in British Columbia
The British Columbia Active Control System BCACS comprises 19 reference stations using 4 models of sensors from 2 manufacturers. An automated system is required to analyze the logged data for completeness and quality. Now Leica GNSS QC assures the quality of the system. more
MobileMatriX at Salem Municipality
Could the concept of Leica MobileMatriX be as good as the demonstration showed? Leica Geosystems has over the years presented new ideas for surveying. But the innovation that caught Ulf Brandstedt's eyes after a presentation was without any doubt Leica MobileMatriX combined with Leica GPS1200 and a Tablet-PC.  more
Smart Work for SmartStation
A recent survey, by Leica Geosystems’ customer Agripower, showed the benefit of integrating TPS1200 SmartStation with the GPS1200 Real-Time Kinematic (RTK) equipment.  more
Digital City Concept Kunming
With the latest technology from Leica Geosystems AG, Kunming is implementing the digital city concept by establishing a spatial positioning infrastructure – Continuously Operating GPS Reference Station Network for serving multiple applications and social needs of the whole city region by providing highly accurate and reliable spatial information to general public continuously. more
Swissphoto leads the way with Leica SmartStation
Swissphoto Group AG, the leading Swiss Survey Company, has relied on the expertise of Leica Geosystems for decades and invests as one of the first in Europe in SmartStation. The decision to purchase a SmartStation was influenced by the positive feedback of the staff that use Leica System 1200. more
GPS Spider nets the world
(Reporter 51, August 2004) Innovative projects in Australia and Austria are making use of Leica GPS Spider software to fully automate operation of GPS reference stations. In the first project presented, Spider controls a network of GPS reference stations and in the other it monitors a dangerous rockfall area. The purpose of these projects is quite different, nevertheless Spider, together with customized solutions by Leica Geosystems have fulfilled and exceeded the customer's expectations. more
Spider manages Portuguese GPS Network
The relationship between Leica Geosystems in Portugal and IGP has been based for many years on trust, quality and a high level of service and support. Consequently, IGP has decided to use Leica SPIDER software to manage the Portuguese National GPS Permanent Station Network (ReNEP), which currently has 8 GPS stations.  more
 
 

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