Improved speed and accuracy are a given, but these other benefits spark a new level of excitement about the future of surveying.

If you’re assessing your mobile mapping capabilities in terms of megapixels and image quality instead of image value, you’re leaving money on the table, says Jason Ellis. Here’s how to change it.

The family-owned consulting engineering firm is the world’s first company to use the Leica TRK500 Neo mobile mapping system—but a commitment to technology innovation is just part of the story.

Adding autonomous, intelligent mobile mapping capabilities to its award-winning engineering, surveying, planning and construction management services gives the consulting engineering firm an edge in projects requiring fast turnaround and exceptional quality.

In this TUC22 presentation, Jason Ellis explains why the latest innovation in mobile mapping will change how you think about reality capture.

Jason Ellis explains how the new Leica Pegasus TRK mobile mapping system provides a giant leap forward in efficiency.

The new Leica Pegasus TRK mobile mapping system combines artificial intelligence, autonomous workflows and intuitive interfaces to make mapping projects efficient and cost-effective.

Improving data quality and delivery are essential to empowering a broader user base, explains Jason Ellis. But how will these challenges be overcome?

How much faster could you survey if you didn’t have to stop to level up your prism pole? This new system promises significant time savings.

Here’s an easy way to make sure every change to your prism pole height is measured and applied to your survey data.