Sokkia has announced the release of the new CX-60 total station in the Americas with upgraded data transfer and storage options for the series. Featuring RED-tech reflectorless capabilities, the new CX-60 is designed to provide an entry-level solution with a fast and powerful EDM.
Sokkia has introduced the latest addition to its line of field controllers for use with construction and surveying applications – the SHC5000. Operating MAGNET Field, Site and Layout software, the newest field controller is designed to provide a more versatile and faster handheld computer for GNSS receivers and total stations – with the largest screen size in the Sokkia line.
Sokkia has introduced an addition to its line of field controllers for construction and surveying applications – the SHC500. It is designed to provide operators a compact handheld option with numerous features and benefits, including a 4.3-inch touchscreen display and optional 5 MP camera with built-in LED flash.
Sokkia has introduced the latest GNSS integrated receiver designed for lightweight and convenient field operation — the GCX2. “Nicknamed ‘the bullet’, the GCX2 exemplifies a completely reimagined approach to receiver design that offers an ultra-lightweight and ergonomic solution at a low cost,” said Eduardo Falcon, executive vice president and general manager of the GeoPositioning Solutions Group.
Sokkia has announced the release of the latest edition to its line of high-accuracy measuring stations — the NET AXII. Designed for precision-intensive tasks such as monitoring, bridge construction, and other highly detailed engineering projects, the NET AXII series is a fully robotic total station solution.
Sokkia Corporation has announced enhanced abilities and versatility to its DX series of total stations with the introduction of the DX-200 in the North American market.
Sokkia Corporation has introduced four new SRX total stations -- SRX1X, SRX2X, SRX3X and SRX5X.
Sokkia’s new digital theodolite series – the DT220, DT520, DT520A and DT620 – features power-saving technology. The DT620, a seven-inch model, recently set a world record for a continuous operating time of 220 hours.