If you’re ready to add construction layout points to CAD drawings in the office and in the field, congratulations! You’re at an intermediate level of BIM.
- By using a combination of high-precision iCON robot 50 robotic total stations and intuitive iCONstruct field software, you can create a “paint-by-numbers” installation in the field. Alternatively, upgrade your layout capabilities with the new Leica iCON robot 60 total station, which offers advanced tracking, innovative lock-and-find mechanisms and software that is perfectly tailored to each step in your workflow. The use of robotic total stations and easy-to-use field software enables you to reduce errors and achieve a higher level of project outcome predictability compared to the traditional method of using stringlines and tape measures, and in much less time and with fewer people compared to using manual total stations.
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- Add the easy-to-use MicroSurvey Point Prep software to prepare all of the field data you’ll need on the jobsite before leaving the office. Point Prep makes it easy to create coordinates, input plan data from paper plans, create point patterns, compute offset points, create DTM models and prepare as-built drawings. MicroSurvey Point Prep syncs easily with MicroSurvey Layout software, so points and drawing data can be easily used at the jobsite for layout.
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