Nine brand new Leica GS07 NetRovers are now in the hands of the team at Wessex Archaeology.
This is probably the largest single purchase of Leica GNSS survey equipment by a U.K. archaeology company.
With help from Paul Caunter at Ignition Asset Finance, Wessex Archaeology were able to finance the new kit hassle-free.
Light-weight and robust, the easy-to-use Rover with 320 channels, fully integrated with the CS20 Field Controller, will make surveying archaeological sites and the recording of data easier and quicker.
Damien Campbell-Bell, Wessex Archaeology "One of the UK’s largest archaeology and heritage service providers, are delighted to announce the purchase of 9 new Leica GS07 NetRovers from Opti-Cal Survey Equipment. This represents a significant uplift in our survey capability investment enabling us to be ever more efficient in providing high quality data-based solutions to meet our client’s needs. Having set up the new equipment, our survey team has already employed them on tasks across the country. Opti-cal’s customer service has been excellent".
Doug Murphy, Sales Manager, Opti-cal “Great to help Wessex Archaeology invest in the latest Leica GNSS equipment and maintain their reputation as market leaders and innovators in commercial archaeology”.
Paul Caunter, Managing Director, Ignition “It was a pleasure to work with Wessex Archaeology and Opti-cal on the purchase of this new equipment, which will prove invaluable to the Wessex team when out on site”.