Leipzig, Germany, September 25, 2007: Trimble introduced new and enhanced surveying products as part of its Connected Site model, the new Trimble S8 Total Station and Trimble 4D Control Software for engineering and monitoring applications; advances in Spatial Imaging with the next-generation Trimble GX 3D Scanner and enhanced field and office software that works with the Trimble VX Spatial Station; an expanded service for Trimble VRS Now service in Germany; and an updated Trimble VRS Infrastructure solution. These positioning products and services add greater flexibility and versatility to provide seamless and streamlined workflow for all of the critical phases of surveying.
“Each product is an important component of Trimble’s Connected Site model, which empowers surveyors with ultimate flexibility and connectivity while on the job,” said Jürgen Kliem, general manager for Trimble’s Survey Division. “The Trimble survey portfolio is a complete, compatible set of tools built with the latest positioning technologies designed to seamlessly streamline and automate the surveyor’s workflow. The Connected Site provides the surveyor with total flexibility to choose just the right tools for each survey task. From robotic and mechanical total stations to RTK GNSS systems, and spatial imaging to precise leveling systems, everything a surveyor needs for any project is available from a single source.”
The Trimble S8 Total Station, the next generation Trimble GX 3D Scanner, and enhanced field and office software that work with the Trimble VX Spatial Station are expected to be available in November 2007 from Trimble’s survey distribution network. VRS Now Germany enhancements are available now and the GPSNet 2.6 version infrastructure software is expected to be available mid-October 2007.
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