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Airborne Sensors \ Airborne sensors are designed to acquire remote sensing data for various applications, including digital imagery (airborne digital sensors) and LiDAR (airborne laser scanner).

Construction Lasers \ Construction lasers refers to a variety of laser-based equipment used in the construction industry.

Field and Mobile Solutions \ Field and mobile solutions empower users in the field with mobile tools and applications, mostly geospatial information systems (GIS).

GNSS & GPS Systems \ The Global Positioning System (GPS) is a space-based global navigation satellite system (GNSS) that provides location and time information anywhere on or near the Earth where there is an unobstructed line of sight to four or more GPS/GNSS satellites.

Laser Distance Meter \ Laser distance meters derive ranges, heights, areas and volumes of the measured distances within construction and asset management, forestry management, map revisions, etc.

Laser Scanners \ A laser scanner is a device that captures a real-world object or environment to collect data on its shape. The collected data can then be used to construct digital, three-dimensional (3D) models. 3D laser scanners are capable of capturing up to 1 million points per second.

Levels \ A level is an instrument used in surveying, engineering, building and construction to determine height differences and to transfer, measure or set horizontal levels.

Locators \ Locators are tools used before and during the construction process to locate underground services.

Machine Control \ Machine control refers to automatic and semi-automatic steering systems for agricultural and construction machines used for tunneling, civil engineering, underground work, mining and fleet management.

Mining Systems \ The mining industry provides basic raw materials needed by major sectors of the world economy. Hexagon provides various solutions for this industry, which includes plant automation to optimize engineering data management to integrated monitoring and guidance solutions.

Monitoring Systems \ Hexagon provides technologies that can be used for various monitoring technologies. These range from integrated plant control and monitoring systems to the monitoring of natural or man-made structures. Surveying monitoring (also referred to as deformation monitoring) is the systematic measurement and tracking of the alteration in the shape or dimensions of an object as a result of the application of stress to it. Deformation monitoring is a major component of logging measured values that may be used for further computation, deformation analysis, predictive maintenance and alarming.

Software \ The Hexagon group of companies provides a multitude of software, including enterprise engineering software, geospatially powered software, surveying and construction software and dimensional metrology software packages.

Theodolites \ A theodolite is an optical instrument consisting of a small mounted telescope rotatable in horizontal and vertical planes. Theodolites are used to measure angles in surveying, meteorology and navigation.

Total/Laser Stations \ A total station is a multi-purpose electronic surveying instrument with a built-in electronic distance meter capable of measuring horizontal distances, slope distances, angles, vertical height differences, 3D coordinates and a number of other positional features. All measured data can be stored onboard or on a removable storage device. Modern total stations provide onboard programs and graphics including image capture capabilities.

Coordinate Measuring Machines (CMM) \ A Coordinate Measuring Machine (CMM) is a quality control device used by manufacturing companies to measure the physical geometric characteristics of an object in three dimensions, to accuracies up to one-millionth of a meter. A CMM can use various methods to collect dimensional data from a part including touch, laser and camera sensors.

Gauges and Hand Tools \ Benchtop measuring gauges and measuring hand tools are used by manufacturing companies to achieve quick measurements on the shop floor in one, two or three dimensions.

Laser Tracker Systems \ A laser tracker system is a portable 3D industrial measurement system that uses a laser beam and a remote reflector to measure large distances in three dimensions for large-volume measurements such as automobiles and airplanes.

Machine Tool Probing \ Machine tool probing solutions are used on industrial milling machines, machining centers, lathes, grinding machines and turning centers to measure parts during the manufacturing process. The probes help simplify setup, improve quality and reduce scrap.

Multisensor and Optical Systems \ Optical measurement systems for manufacturing use a magnified video camera to collect dimensional measurements from parts that are sensitive to touch or contain small inspection features that cannot be touched. Many of these systems also incorporate other sensor types such as touch and laser to make them more flexible.

Portable Measuring Arms \ Portable measuring arms or portable CMMs are different from traditional CMMs in that they most commonly take the form of an articulated arm. These manually operated arms have six or seven rotary axes with rotary encoders.

Probing Systems and Styli \ Probing systems and styli are accessories for CMMs and optical measuring systems. Consisting of thousands of interchangeable components, probing systems allow the capabilities of a measuring machine to be customized for the specific requirements needed to inspect a part.

White Light Scanner Systems \ A White Light Scanner (WLS) is a device for measuring the physical geometric characteristics of an object in 3D. WLS systems use rapid-exposure digital stereo vision technology to transform 2D and 3D images into highly accurate dimensional data.

  • AGL

    Established in 1964, AGL produces rotating, pipe and grade lasers, as well as machine control components from design to manufacture. AGL has been focused from the beginning in supplying construction customers with precision control methods that enhance profitability, are tough, reliable and simple to use. "TOTAL VALUE" for the customer is the sum of (a) initial purchase price, (b) operating cost-maintenance during the life of the product, and (c) cost to set up and use the product each and every day. AGL develops "CUSTOMERS FOR LIFE" by providing the best "TOTAL VALUE" control systems.

    AGL offers construction rotating lasers and real-time depth control system for excavators and backhoes.

  • Antcom

    Founded in 1996 and headquartered in Torrance, California, Antcom is an ISO9001-2000 certified company that excels in the design, development, manufacturing and testing of a wide range of antenna and microwave products for agricultural, avionic, military and other ground applications. Antcom’s extensive antenna product line includes Global Positioning System (GPS) antennas and Global Navigation Satellite System (GNSS) antennas, as well a large selection of wide-ranging frequency antennas. Expertise in GPS antenna development has put Antcom at the forefront in the design and manufacture of GPS antenna near-field test equipment.

    Antcom’s reputation has been built around the reliability and extensiveness of its product line. Antcom produces a wide range of GPS and GNSS antennas, including: L1 and L1/L2 antennas, GLONASS antennas, L-band antennas, Iridium antennas and GPS/Iridium antennas, datalink antennas, UHF antennas, Beidou antennas and more.

  • Cable Detection

    Cable Detection's products increase your on-site safety and help you to accurately and quickly locate buried services. Cable Detection, located in Staffordshire (UK) has a customer base stretching right around the world. Using in house expertise they are pushing the boundaries of the buried service location sector and discovering new ways to improve on traditional methods of underground data capture. Cable Detection’s history stretches back to over 125 years ago when it was originally founded in 1880 under the name of Hall Brothers. Manufacturing and servicing of surveying instruments was always the specialty of the company.

    Cable Detection provides advanced detection products that allow users to locate and pinpoint underground cables, pipes, drains and ducts. Additionally, it provides the world’s first excavator mounted cable location solution, providing an extra level of protection during excavation projects.

  • GeoMax

    GeoMax provides a comprehensive portfolio of integrated instruments for the surveying, mapping and construction industries. GeoMax is an internationally active company developing, manufacturing and distributing quality surveying instruments. Both occasional and professional users are addressed with GeoMax’s easy-to-use, yet highly productive, range of Total Stations, GPS, Lasers, Optical and Digital Levels. The close cooperation within the Hexagon Group grants GeoMax’s access to state of the art development and production facilities in Europe, America and Asia. This enables GeoMax to focus on delivering products that “work when you do” by optimizing quality and productivity. Through a continually growing distribution, GeoMax products are available in Europe, Asia and the Middle East delivering outstanding price-to-performance.

    GeoMax offers the “Zoom” and the “ZTS” series of total stations providing outstanding performance.

    GeoMax offers a whole range of affordable construction laser instruments for surveying and engineering.

    Suitable for outdoor as well as for indoor use, the user-friendly ZAL Auto Level Series from GeoMax is your guarantee to get the job done, accurately and on time.

  • Hexagon Geospatial

    Hexagon Geospatial helps you make sense of the dynamically changing world. We provide technology that enables you to holistically understand the earth and use this information to make business critical decisions. Globally, a wide variety of organizations rely on our products daily including local, state and national mapping agencies, transportation departments, engineering and utility companies and businesses serving agriculture and natural resource needs. Hexagon Geospatial is a division of Intergraph Corporation.

    Hexagon Geospatial helps you make sense of the dynamically changing world. We provide technology that enables you to holistically understand the earth and use this information to make business critical decisions. Globally, a wide variety of organizations rely on our products daily including local, state and national mapping agencies, transportation departments, engineering and utility companies and businesses serving agriculture and natural resource needs. Hexagon Geospatial is a division of Intergraph Corporation.

  • Hexagon Metrology

    Hexagon Metrology offers a comprehensive range of products and services for all industrial metrology applications in sectors such as automotive, aerospace, energy and medical. Hexagon Metrology supports our customers with actionable measurement information along the complete life cycle of a product – from development and design to production, assembly and final inspection.

    Hexagon Metrology is the developer of PC-DMIS, the world’s most popular dimensional metrology software package. A variety of complementary editions of PC-DMIS allow control of CMMs, portable arms, vision machines, laser trackers and CNC machines, as well as devices that are non-Hexagon Metrology brands. Specialty packages for measurement of gears, blades and other specialized geometry, plus SPC packages, are also available. Software packages offered include PC-DMIS, QUINDOS and 3DReshaper.

    Leica Industrial Theodolites meet the highest standards even under tough conditions. Leica Geosystems (Metrology division) manufactures industrial theodolites with non-contact autocollimation function which provides a legendary degree of precision. Hexagon Metrology distributes Leica theodolites to industrial markets worldwide.

    Leica Total (Laser) Stations meet the highest standards even under tough conditions. The extreme measurement volume of over 500 m makes a total station the first choice for the inspection and assembly of very large components. Hexagon metrology is a distributor of Leica Total Stations to industrial markets worldwide.

    Hexagon Metrology manufactures a comprehensive line of Coordinate Measuring Machines (CMMs) in a wide variety of configurations. Manual and automated systems are available ranging from benchtop to bridge to ganty and horizontal arms. Application flexibility is achieved via a wide variety of available sensors, including touch, analog scanning and non-contact. Brands offered are Brown & Sharpe, DEA, Leitz, Serein, Sheffield and TESA.

    Hexagon Metrology produces thousands of types of benchtop gauges and hand tools. Calipers, thread gages, bore and height measuring devices are suitable for countless applications in the metrology laboratory or on the production floor, often in combination with mechanical instruments or stationary machines. Length and angle standards are indispensable for the calibration of measuring equipment. Traditional mechanical and electronic precision measuring gauges provide portability, extended service life and large variety of measuring ranges. Brands offered are TESA, Brown & Sharpe, Standard Gage and CEJ.

    A laser tracker is a portable measurement system that relies on a laser beam interferometer to accurately measure and inspect in a large radial volume. Expansion or automation of a laser tracker system with hand-guided scanners, wireless probes or robot applications opens up an enormous number of possible applications in many industries. Leica Geosystems (Metrology division) produces laser trackers exclusively for Hexagon Metrology’s industrial customers under the Leica brand.

    Hexagon Metrology delivers on-machine inspection capabilities for a variety of machine tool configurations and controls. Infrared touch probes, radio touch probes, temperature probes and tool setters along with software under the m&h brand deliver machine shop inspection capabilities.

    Hexagon Metrology offers a complete range of measuring systems using optical/video based technology with multiple sensor versatility. Video and multisensor systems are offered under the Optiv, Brown & Sharpe and TESA brands.

    Portable arm CMMs are used to ensure part quality in circumstances where traditional measuring methods are impractical or impossible. Dimensional inspection right at the point of production can increase overall productivity, improve processes, reduce scrap and eliminate rework. Brands offered under this category are ROMER and CIMCORE.

    Hexagon Metrology offers complementary probing systems, styli and accessories for all of its portable and stationary measuring systems, including measurement probing systems for machine tools. Brands offered are TESA, Leitz and m&h.

    The Cognitens white light scanner (WLS) system uses rapid-exposure digital stereo vision technology to transform 2D and 3D images into highly accurate dimensional data. White Light Scanner systems are ideal when high speed acquisition and environmental insensitivity are critical factors. Manual or robot-mounted systems are available under the Cognitens brand.

    Hexagon Metrology offers several laser scanning probe technologies. Articulated arms, stationary CMMs and laser trackers equipped with 3D laser scanners can perform inspection and validation, reverse engineering, rapid prototyping and copy milling. Brands offering laser scanning include ROMER, CIMCORE, Brown & Sharpe and DEA, as well as Leica laser tracker systems manufactured by Leica Geosystems exclusively for Hexagon Metrology.

  • Intergraph

    Intergraph® is the leading global provider of engineering and geospatial software that enables customers to visualize complex data. Businesses and governments in more than 60 countries rely on Intergraph’s industry-specific software to organize vast amounts of data and infuse the world with intelligence to make processes and infrastructures better, safer and smarter. The company’s software and services empower customers to build and operate more efficient plants and ships, create intelligent maps and protect critical infrastructure and millions of people around the world.

    Intergraph® is a global provider of engineering and geospatial software that enables customers to visualize complex data. Intergraph Security, Government & Infrastructure (SG&I) provides geospatially powered solutions to the public safety and security, defense and intelligence, government, transportation, photogrammetry, utilities and communications industries. Intergraph Process, Power & Marine (PP&M) provides enterprise engineering software for the design, construction and operation of plants, ships and offshore facilities.

  • Leica Geosystems

    With close to 200 years of pioneering solutions to measure the world, Leica Geosystems products and services are trusted by professionals worldwide to help them 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.

    Leica Geosystems is the world‘s leading manufacturer of airborne sensor solutions. This comprises Airborne Imaging technology that includes a state-of-the-art sensor platform, end-to-end workflow and fully integrated peripherals and Airborne LiDAR. Brands offered are Leica Geosystems and Z/I Imaging.

    Leica Geosystems’ state-of-the-art integrated monitoring and GPS guidance solutions unearth site productivity with a revolutionary product range for draglines, blast-hole drills, electric shovels, dozers, excavators, haul trucks, loaders and auxiliary assets.

    Whether you monitor the movement of a volcanic slope, the structure of a long bridge or track the settlement of a dam, or whether you measure, analyse and manage the structures of natural or man-made objects, the monitoring systems by Leica Geosystems provide you with the right solution for every application.

    Alignment work made easy – Leica Geosystems offers Industrial & Construction Theodolites with outstanding performance and maximum flexibility.

    Leica Geosystems offers highly accurate and productive total stations with superb angle and distance technology, a powerful suite of on-board programs, many sensor and accuracy options and the highest degree of reliability. These total stations are perfect for all surveying and engineering work.

    Whether it's general construction, pipe laying, machine control or interior walls and ceilings, Leica Geosystems construction lasers are built to handle any environment.

    Leica Geosystems offers a broad variety of hardware and software solutions for improving work in the field pertaining to surveying, construction and GIS Data collection.

    Leica Geosystems offers GNSS/GPS solutions for surveying systems, GIS data collection and GNSS reference network systems and many more GNSS-based applications that require high precision.

    Leica Geosystems offers the hand-held laser distance meter, Leica DISTO™, for fast and easy distance measurements of length, squares and volumes.

    Leica Geosystems offers High-Definition Surveying (HDS) Laser scanners, which offer many benefits to the measurement professional and to the recipients and users of accurate spatial information. Civil engineers, plant designers, CAD professionals, architects, contractors, forensic investigators, archaeologists and owner/operators can all reap the cost and added-value benefits that HDS provides.

    Leica Geosystems offers the most complete and professional level product basket in the world. The various automatic and digital level families are tailor-made for surveying, engineering, building and construction.

    Leica Geosystems offers the Digicat i-Series of locators, which with their state-of-the-art digital signal processing (DSP) and intelligent software, represent the latest design in cable location technology.

    Leica Geosystems offers a smart and integrated range of machine control solutions for the construction market, which includes construction site design and positioning needs and digging, grading and paving solutions.

  • MicroSurvey Software Inc.

    Incorporated in 1986, MicroSurvey Software Inc. develops, manufactures and markets a family of specialized computer software for land surveyors, civil engineers, Seismic surveyors, mapping professionals, police officers and accident reconstruction specialists. MicroSurevy’s vision is “We engineer technology that is designed to work the way people think. We empower people - not machines.”

  • Mikrofyn

    Established in 1987, MIKROFYN develops, manufactures and supplies laser levelling and alignment equipment for the construction and agricultural industries. MIKROFYN has gained a fast reputation for embracing and adopting the latest technology in the development of its construction laser product range, as well as machine control equipment for excavators, graders, dozers and paving machines. As a European manufacturer, MIKROFYN, with headquarters in Odense/Denmark, is best known for its high-quality and flexible product range and comprehensive service and support. The company provides a worldwide distribution network in more than 25 countries. MIKROFYN A/S is part of the Hexagon Group, Sweden.

    MIKROFYN offers machine control systems for excavators that are available in many types such as single grade, dual grade, cross-slope sensor, 3D guidance and more.

  • New River Kinematics

    New River Kinematics (NRK) develops and supports high-quality portable metrology software solutions designed to make manufacturing processes more accurate, efficient, cost-effective and productive. Serving large-scale manufacturers around the world in a variety of industries (aerospace, shipbuilding, automotive, energy and satellite), NRK combines engineering and spatial relationship expertise with its software to solve engineering challenges.

    New River Kinematics (NRK) develops and supports high-quality portable metrology software solutions designed to make manufacturing processes more accurate, efficient, cost-effective and productive. Serving large-scale manufacturers around the world in a variety of industries (aerospace, shipbuilding, automotive, energy and satellite), NRK combines engineering and spatial relationship expertise with its software to solve engineering challenges.

  • NovAtel

    NovAtel Inc. is a leading original equipment manufacturer (OEM) of precision Global Navigation Satellite System (GNSS) components and subsystems, including receivers, antennas, enclosures and firmware. An ISO-certified company, NovAtel’s products are developed for efficient, rapid integration into our customers’ precise positioning applications. These applications include surveying, Geographical Information System (GIS) mapping, precision agriculture machine guidance, port automation, mining, marine and defense industries. NovAtel’s reference receivers are at the core of national aviation ground networks in the U.S., Japan, Europe, China and India. The Company maintains its leadership position through significant R&D investment focusing on the modernized Global Positioning System (GPS), the revitalized Russian GLONASS and the emerging European Galileo satellite systems, as well as the integration of additional complementary technologies such as Inertial Measurement Units (IMUs). NovAtel Inc. is based in Calgary, Canada and is part of the Hexagon Group, Sweden.

    NovAtel’s Waypoint Products Group develops powerful GNSS and GNSS-INS post-processing software as well as real-time trajectory determination software.

    NovAtel manufactures a full range of precise GNSS positioning products including GNSS Receivers, Firmware Options, Antennas, Inertial augmented systems and Post-Processing Software.

  • Prexiso

    PREXISO develops laser measuring tools for distances, areas and volumes for laying floors, lining up items, checking for fit, covering walls and building design. Head quartered in Switzerland, the company’s hand-held devices are easy to use and designed so that one person can measure indoors and outdoors, even in hard-to-access areas.

    The PREXISO handheld handy laser measuring instrument is the ideal tool for all distance measurements.

  • SBG

    Founded in 1970 and headquartered in Huddinge, Sweden, SBG designs and manufactures software and hardware for surveying and machine control applications. While SBG was launched as a surveying consultancy, it began developing software for in-house use for managing surveying data. As more people became interested, SBG started selling the software commercially. During the 1980s, SBG linked its field calculators with digital instruments that were currently on the market. Pocket computers with DOS as the operating system formed the foundations for SBG's field computer software. SBG developed Total stations during the early 1990s followed machine automation.

    SBG offers a flexible and universal solution for 3D machine control, which helps you control a wide range of machines and allows portability in moving from machine to machine as needed.

  • Sisgraph

    Sisgraph markets solutions for Intergraph Security, Government & Infrastructure and Intergraph Process, Power & Marine in South America. With over 30 years of operations and a team of over 100 people, Sisgraph has a very strong reputation of successful project implementation. The unique combination of high-tech software from Intergraph, coupled with local support services, training and consulting provided, Sisgraph is the market leader in the areas of geographic information systems, engineering & processes, information management, traffic management, utilities & telecom, public safety and crisis management.

    For Intergraph Process, Power & Marine, Sisgraph markets plant design and engineering and ship building software. For Intergraph Security, Government & Infrastructure, Sisgraph provides geospatial technologies, technologies for dispatch and mobile resource management, public safety including capture, analysis and reporting; technologies for video analysis and data acquisition systems.

  • Z/I Imaging

    Z/I Imaging is a leading manufacturer of airborne photogrammetry solutions to support professional mapping applications. For over 80 years, Z/I Imaging has set standards in the airborne photogrammetric market with such products as the RMK-top series and the DMC Digital Mapping Camera. Today, part of Leica Geosystems, Z/I Imaging continues to drive innovation and productivity with the new DMC II series of digital mapping cameras. Together, Leica Geosystems and Z/I Imaging offer a full suite of software from flight planning to post-processing providing end-to-end workflow for high accuracy orthophoto generation, feature extraction and map production.

    Z/I Imaging as a leading manufacturer of airborne photogrammetry solutions has set standards in the airborne photogrammetric market with such products as the RMK-top series and the DMC Digital Mapping Camera. Leica Geosystems and Z/I Imaging offer a complete range of airborne sensor solutions, including all peripheral camera components and workflow software.