Leica Captivate how-to videos on robotic total stations (Part 1/3): Introduction to robotic total stations

This article is the first of a series focussing on robotic total stations.

Continuing with the Leica Captivate how-to videos, a set of 4 new videos is now available which focusses on robotic total stations and their robotic features and benefits.
The videos are aimed at absolutely everybody, from someone who is only familiar with manual total stations, right up to those who think they already know everything about robotic total stations. I guarantee there is something to learn for everyone!
Today we show you the first video which introduces robotic total stations. The video highlights the differences between manual and robotic total stations, looks at the benefits of robotic total stations and introduces each of the key robotic features. It should help those considering making the step from manual to robotic total stations.

The next videos about automatic target aiming, automatic target lock and PowerSearch will go into more detail to ensure you are using your robotic total station and Leica Captivate to its full potential.
So teach yourself something new and enjoy watching!

  1. Leica Captivate how-to videos on robotic total stations (Part 1/3): Introduction to robotic total stations
  2. Leica Captivate how-to videos on robotic total stations (Part 2/3): Automatic target aiming and automatic target locking 
  3. Leica Captivate how-to videos on robotic total stations (Part 3/3): PowerSearch and PowerSearch filter

Do you want to learn more details? 

Read this White Paper giving insights into ATRplus, a technology by Leica Geosystems, which significantly increases automation performance of robotic total stations.

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Paul Dainty, application engineer at Leica Geosystems Paul Dainty, application engineer at Leica Geosystems

 

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