GeoShack Hosts Annual Topcon Technology Roadshow Provides Latest Info

Classroom sessions were conducted onsite in Topcon’s 53-ft. multi-media mobile training center after which lunch was provided by GeoShack.

📅   Mon June 22, 2015 - Midwest Edition
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GeoShack’s Greg Koly (L) assists Cory Graham of the Ruhlin Company in setting up a Topcon HiPer V network rover for a job at Route 250 and Route 42 in Ashland, Ohio.
GeoShack’s Greg Koly (L) assists Cory Graham of the Ruhlin Company in setting up a Topcon HiPer V network rover for a job at Route 250 and Route 42 in Ashland, Ohio.
GeoShack’s Greg Koly (L) assists Cory Graham of the Ruhlin Company in setting up a Topcon HiPer V network rover for a job at Route 250 and Route 42 in Ashland, Ohio. (L-R): Pat Moran of Topcon and Steve Hatfield of GeoShack talk machine control with Jeff King of the city of Massillon; Scott Smith of LDC Inc.; and Fred Warner, also of the city of Massillon. Jamie Raklovits (L) of GeoShack reviews Topcon 3D machine control installed on this John Deere 850K dozer with A.J. O’Reilly. (L-R) Southeastern Equipment Company’s Nick Ames, Dane Moore and Tom Lewis were on hand to discuss their company’s Case 1650 M dozer equipped with Topcon machine control. Murphy Tractor and Equipment’s Curt Thomas (L) and Chuck Ruggles had several machines, including this John Deere 772 GP motorgrader, for attendees to try out. The Topcon Technology Roadshow hosted by GeoShack was a well attended event. A John Deere 850K dozer equipped with Topcon’s 3D machine control prepares for a demonstration.

GeoShack recently hosted the company’s annual Topcon Technology Roadshow, designed to provide information and updates regarding the latest technologies for the construction, survey, civil engineering, architecture and design industries. This year the event was held in Burbank, Ohio, offering easy travel time from both Cleveland and Akron, Ohio, markets.

Classroom sessions were conducted onsite in Topcon’s 53-ft. multi-media mobile training center after which lunch was provided by GeoShack. Following lunch, attendees were given an opportunity to try out the equipment in hands-on demonstrations. Ohio’s John Deere construction equipment dealer, Murphy Tractor & Equipment, and Case dealer Southeastern Equipment Company provided machines for the live demonstrations.

Emphasizing the latest technologies for greater productivity, educational sessions focused on construction, survey, BIM and machine control industries. Information regarding the impact of field computer technology on project data and administration as well as the latest software for both field and office were presented. With both Topcon representatives and GeoShack team members on hand, the event was designed to provide a general overview of new technologies combined with personal one on one time with attendees where specific applications could be addressed.

Headquartered in Dallas, Texas, GeoShack North America Inc. provides sales, service and rentals of GPS, lasers, survey equipment and machine control systems for the construction, survey, engineering and agricultural markets. Formed when several independently owned distributors merged, the company continues to grow and currently operates retail locations in Arkansas, Colorado, Louisiana, Michigan, New Mexico, Ohio, Oklahoma and Texas, and also operates locations in Ontario and Quebec, Canada.