Opti-cal received their first shipment of the much anticipated DJI M210 UAV’s this week.
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A major solar storm is due to hit the Earth today and will continue to intensify across the next few days.
High Quality Positioning Data
Veterans and Archaeologist come together for a third year, as part of the great work Waterloo Uncovered are doing on the battle field of Waterloo.
Simulator-based learning for Plant Operators
Revolutionise the way you collect as-built updates of your site with the Pix4D Crane Camera
Still located in Bristol the team can be found just off junction 16 of the M5.
Turnkey 3D scan-to-CAD solution for product development
Real-time, Rugged, Reliable.
Smart Ground Control Points for Drone Surveying
Laser Scanner for fast exact indoor and outdoor measurments in three dimensions.
The Inspire 2 is the third UAV to join our range of Airborne Surveying equipment.
Introducing the newest member to the FARO family… the Focus S.
The popular GeoSLAM ZEB-REVO laser scanner is now available with a HD colour camera module.
Purchase an Inspire 1 Pro and Pix4D software, and save £500
We are pleased to announce that we have relocated our Huddersfield branch to Wakefield
Combining powers to become super heroes of 360 image capture.
Our new Aerial Survey offerings wouldn’t be complete without offering you a choice of two drones from DJI.
Most affordable drones are pretty straightforward, but when combined with photogrammetry software and flight planning apps they become powerful site survey tools.
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.
OSGM15 and OSTN15: Updated transformations for UK and Ireland.
The DS2000 is a first-class ground penetrating radar unit for utility locations and mapping from Leica Geosystems.
Laser Scanning is an increasingly popular tool for collecting vast amounts of spatial data within surveying, film, and archaeology where on site time may be restricted.
Leica Viva GS16 is the most compact and powerful, self-learning GNSS Smart Antenna.
Opti-cal Survey Equipment has further expanded their state-of-the-art hire fleet with a recent procurement of Leica Geosystems instruments worth £2.5 million.
The Leica iCON robot 60 is the perfect one-person Total Station for construction and 3D machine control.
Automatic Levels for daily levelling tasks.
The highest of accuracies is required on today’s complex infrastructure when setting out and defining reference heights.
The popular GPR unit from Radarteam has been upgraded to include a new patent pending CBD Penta Frequency Antenna which has frequencies ranging from 300 to 700 MHz which allows the user to see further below the ground with no dead zones or blind spots data due to the blended frequencies.
A 360 degree imagining system capable of delivering high resolution still images and videos to enhance FARO, Leica and other terrestrial laser scanner deliverables.
Following on from the success of the ZEB1, GeoSLAM have released the ZEB-REVO.
The use of laser scanners on the London Bridge Station redevelopment.
The ground penetrating radar (GPR) system designed for utility locating professionals.
With the popularity of GPR growing within the industry, MALÅ a new offering from Opti-cal offers a solution for not only everyday use, but for the use on rough terrain.
ESRI the international supplier of Geographic Information System (GIS) software has granted Opti-cal Survey Equipment Partnership status.
It is two hundred years since the battle of Waterloo and a ground breaking project is taking place to discover more about this momentous event in European history.
Whilst the battle is one of the most written about events in European history and has inspired numerous works of popular fiction, very little archaeology has been carried out on the battlefield itself.