New Leica ConX Simplifies Collaboration, Data Transfer for Construction
📅 Tue March 07, 2017 - National Edition
Leica ConX can be remotely connected to internet enabled survey and machine control solutions to remotely receive and share information wirelessly.
Leica Geosystems announced the new Leica ConX, a cloud solution and web interface to seamlessly integrate, manage and analyze surveying and machine control workflows for heavy construction projects.
Personnel and machines on the job site need to share the same data and stay in sync with changes, so work can be carried out effectively, on time and budget. ConX allows users to share and visualize positioning, reference model and constructed data. Field and machine control solutions connected to ConX can remotely receive and share information, and the web interface for visualizing the data is available anywhere with internet access.
Save time, Speed Up Work Through the Cloud
ConX is designed to increase collaboration and simplify the data handling of machine control operations by integrating workflows, enabling remote control of connected machines and real-time data exchange from the office to the field and back. This cloud enabled platform and web interface enables users to increase their efficiency on site and decrease their downtime while reducing the burden of data collection, aggregation and reporting.
“The digitization of the construction industry is driving major improvements in productivity, data acquisition and job site safety. This can, however, bring practical issues of how to manage, share and analyze all of the data. We have developed ConX as a cloud solution to seamlessly manage 3D model, positioning, quality assurance and productivity data across the job site and bring it back to the office so field surveyors, machine operators, designers and project stakeholders can get the job done right with a little less stress,” said Doug Eggert, product manager at Leica Geosystems.
For more information about Leica ConX, please visit: leica-geosystems.com/conx.
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