The updates continue and Leica have released v2.3 of their Captivate software for their current instruments and controllers this week.
A new version just been released.
In an update Panasonic, have announced a voluntary recall for the affected batteries.
Panasonic, the manufacturer of the Leica CS35 Field Controller (FZ-G1), has issued an important safety notice.
The software developers at Leica have been busy again improving the functionality of Captivate.
In such a vibrant and fast changing industry keeping your knowledge and skills up to date is something you can’t neglect.
There's a few little tweaks to be found in the December release of Leica's SmartWorx Viva v6.13 and Captivate v2.13.
Tucked away is several centres across the globe are Leica Geosystems Software Development Centres
The International Earth Rotation and Reference Systems Service (IERS) in Paris has announced the introduction of a leap second to occur on 31 December 2016
This time Leica and Faro share the honours of a couple of minor software updates for Cyclone, Cloudworx, Scene and the Leica P series scanners.
The Australian Space Forecast Centre issued a warning of increased geomagnetic activity over the next three days.
Last month Leica released version 2.10 of their Captivate software.
In an exclusive agreement the Ordnance Survey have made their premiere MasterMap service exclusively available on Leica Geosystems Zeno 20.
The latest must have capability in the world of terrestrial laser scanners.
Nothing as significant as a shift in the Ordnance Survey GB coordinate system this time. Just a few little tweaks to the Leica Viva and Captivate operating system. 6.04 has been released for the Leica Viva range and 2.04 for Captivate.
It’s always the way isn’t it. You go away for a few weeks for some well-earned R&R and someone goes and updates the OS grid.
Sometimes it feels I only ever write about software updates from Leica... so here’s some more.
Leica have turned their attention to using the FlexLine series of instruments in tunnels.
There’s a few nifty little features in version 2.60 of Leica’s software for their P series Laser Scanners
When the GS16 was released last month I wrote that I’d go into a little more depth about SmartLink, what it is, where it came from and (I guess) whether it’s worth it.
I’ve been meaning to write a post about Leica’s Zeno 20 GIS data collector for a while, and since there’s a minor software update just been released, now I can.
June sees a couple of big releases for those of us interested in Leica’s software development. The second version of Captivate has dropped with a bundle of new features and bug fixes, as has the 6th release of the SmartWorx Viva interface for the CS10 and CS15 controllers.
Tweaks and improvements ahoy as we creep from SmartWorx Viva version 5 to version 6.
There’s a couple of software improvements (as opposed to bug fixes) which entirely relate to advances in GNSS technology
The GS16 has been released and all is well in the world of Leica GNSS... sort of. Its appearance has muddied the waters somewhat and I thought I’d write this blog to try and explain what is going on in the world of Leica GNSS antennas.
Leica have just released new firmware updates for the Leica DISTO D810 touch and the Leica DISTO S910.
The eagerly awaited release of version 1.3 of the new Leica Captivate has arrived, and it brings with it a couple of interesting new features as well as improvements to the stability of the program.
Hot off the press is the new version of the SmartWorx software for the Leica Viva range of Controllers, Total Stations and GNSS products.
Announced today were two important pieces of information for users of Leica Flexline instruments
During the time period of July 1st to August 12th, 2015, users of the SmartNet/SpiderWeb online Computation Service may have recognised that their uploaded baselines were not successfully computed with fixed ambiguities.