Trimble is a leading provider of advanced positioning solutions that maximize productivity and enhance profitability.
Though best known for GPS technology, Trimble integrates a wide range of positioning technologies including GPS, laser, optical and inertial technologies with application software, wireless communications, and services to provide complete commercial solutions. Its integrated solutions allow customers to collect, manage and analyze complex information faster and easier, making them more productive, efficient and profitable.
Trimble products are used in over 100 countries around the world. Employees in more than 21 countries, coupled with a highly capable network of dealers and distribution partners serve and support our customers.
For over 30 years, Trimble has created unique positioning products that help customers grow their business. Our portfolio includes over 900 patents and serves as the basis for the broadest positioning offerings in the industry. Trimble augments its organic product development with strategic acquisitions to bring the latest positioning technologies to a wider market.
Spectra Geospatial is an established brand known for delivering quality products to the survey, GIS and construction markets. Focusing on the specific needs of the conventional surveying market, the Spectra Geospatial brand offers a complete product portfolio including Global Navigation Satellite Systems (GNSS), Global Positioning Systems (GPS), optical total stations, data collection hardware, field and office software, as well as a wide range of construction tools.
Spectra Geospatial surveying equipment is an economical choice that utilizes technologies for optimal efficiency. With convenience and reliability as the foundation of the Spectra Geospatial brand, it is an ideal choice for value. The Spectra Geospatial brand is backed with the strong technical support that users have come to expect from a quality name in surveying and construction.
Nikon has long been known in the survey industry for producing high accuracy, easy-to-use, all-weather instruments for a wide variety of survey applications – committed to the continuously development of advanced instruments to meet the needs of surveying professionals.
In 2003, Nikon-Trimble Co. Ltd. was formed as a joint venture between Nikon Corporation and Trimble Navigation Ltd. To address the global surveying and construction instruments market.
Designed to meet the needs of surveyors around the world, Nikon delivers maximum precision, reliability and affordability.
GeoSLAM are the experts in 3D mobile mapping. Our unique “go-anywhere” technology is adaptable to all environments especially spaces that are indoor, underground or difficult to access, providing accurate 3D mapping without the need for GPS.
We design and manufacture 3D geospatial technology solutions that deliver rapid results and save customers time and money. With our handheld, lightweight and easy to use scanners, customers can build a highly accurate 3D model of any environment within minutes. Our robust solutions are underpinned by award-winning software that captures and models complex 3D data up to 10 times faster – anywhere.
At senseFly we believe in using technology to make work safer and more efficient. We have been producing industry-proven drones. We continue to fine-tune our offer by offering solutions that are ever more efficient, safe and easy to use.
Our proven drone solutions simplify the collection and analysis of geospatial data, allowing professionals in surveying, agriculture, engineering and humanitarian aid to make better decisions, faster. senseFly was founded in 2009 and is the commercial drone subsidiary of Parrot Group.
US Radar is a leading innovator of ground penetrating radar (GPR), systems. If you need to see what is on the other side of a surface, the high-profile Triple Frequency GPRover Mapping System can safely help you define what you can’t see with the bare eye.
GPR technology was first developed by ERA Technology of Leatherhead, Surrey, England, in the 1980s to locate plastic landmines as part of a British Ministry of Defense contract. It helped reduce the risk of locating these dangerous, time-delayed bombs through rubble and in the ground. After performing admirably, commercial versions of the technology were developed in 1990, incorporating improvements that made it more user-friendly to the private sector and accessible to the masses.