We always recommend keeping your instrument firmware up to date and there’s an important update for your TS16 available right now.
If you’re using Leica GNSS equipment in the UK, chances are you’re using the national SmartNet network to get your correction data. This system, like all computer networks, needs updating from time to time to add improvements and resolve problems. A major update is happening on Monday 26th October 2020 to provide improved cross-platform support and security as well as future-proofing the service.
Our support team gives advice on using a DXF/DWG file as a source of reference data.
An engineer from ETM Recycling collected their purchase of a used Leica Smartpole System from our Bristol depot last week.
Sunbelt Rentals Survey got a text from an engineer for a machine control solution at 8.30am, and by 11.30am the next day, their Trimble Cab Kit had been installed and was ready to go.
Find out all about the new MS60
Our depots are being rebranded.
Our support team helps you to understand reference data in this blog, relating to ASCII.
Is the reference line program working, but the levels are wrong? Our support team can help.
We've officially rebranded as Sunbelt Rentals Survey from today!
Take care of your Total Station and it will take care of you. Find out how.
Our support team give you advice on what to consider when using Laser Scanning technology.
To keep your spirits up in these hard times let's talk about exciting tech and updates
A-Plant rebrand - how does it affect Opti-cal?
Find out more about how our Coalville service centre can help you.
Find out a little bit more about our very own Milton Keynes Service Centre in this week's blog,
Find out how we can help you with your environmental and safety needs.
New year, new pastures - our Cardiff Service Centre has moved!
It's time to reflect... and look forward to 2020!
Find our opening times for Christmas and New Year here.
There's not much our HQ in Reading can't deal with - find out all about it.
Find out all about Ground Penetrating Radar and how it's utilised in this blog.
Here's what happened when we went to the Commercial UAV Show 2019
The Heritage Survey Day was an event on behalf of one of our customers - read about it here.
Everything you need to know about what goes on at our Wakefield Service Centre
Our support team took a quick trip to get aquainted with the Leica Pegasus:Backpack.
GeoMax are the newest addition to our portfolio of geomatics equipment, read all about them.
See us on stand 40 and talk to our product specialists.
Behind the scenes – what happened at our Heritage Survey Day?
We're talking all about licensing your software in this blog.
On the 4th October, you'll be able to drop into our Livingston Service Centre and get your Lasers calibrated!
We’re always lending a helping hand, especially when it involves a laser scanner!
See our range of detection and safety equipment at the Contamination Expo in Birmingham
You don't have a finished project yet, but your client wants to see some scan data? Our support team gives you their tips on sharing what you've got.
Opti-cal now supply SA Equip, portable ATEX and IECEx certified safety equipment for use in extreme environments
Read our case study on one of our recent training days.
Opti-cal are very pleased to invite you to our event especially for the heritage sector.
Five Opti-cal team members from across the UK are completing the Three Peaks Challenge in aid of The Prince’s Trust
Opti-cal are pleased to announce that we are now a UK dealer for Wingtra, the Swiss drone company that develops the vertical take-off and landing (VTOL) drone, the WingtraOne.
Opti-cal comes to the rescue in a potentially hazardous environment.
Leica announce that the Smartworx Viva has reached the end of its release cycle.
Find out how we work with our valued accounts to increase efficiency in the field in this case study.
Use the steps in this blog to help protect your survey equipment and therefore your business from thieves.
Machine Control solutions from Opti-cal ensure that excavation and earthworks activities on your site are right first time, every time.
Training in a live site environment is a great way to learn - find out why, and how Constructionarium Scotland is helping.
Tracking the levels of dust, noise and vibration is important on any worksite, and fitting an environment meter to monitor these readings in the long-term is a good way of ensuring emissions stay at a reasonable level throughout work taking place.
The GEO Business show last week was a hive of activity.
See what our brand new training centre in Livingston, Scotland has to offer.
Art Graphique & Patrimoine uses FARO’s Focus S Laser Scanner series to perform emergency 3D digital mapping of the Notre-Dame cathedral on 20th April 2019