Trimble and NEI are excited to announce a number of new solutions for geospatial professionals including new mechanical total stations with autofocus technology, a new high-performance, large screen tablet, and a new app that enables easy sharing of survey project data. Plus new versions of our software to help you create even better deliverables.
Find out more below.
Trimble C5 & C3 Total Stations
The Trimble® C5 and Trimble C3 mechanical total stations are the only mechanical total stations in the industry to come standard with autofocus technology. With premium-quality Nikon optics, the new C-Series reduces time in the field with improved measuring speed and the longest EDM range of any Trimble conventional instrument.
Trimble Clarity is a secure, Cloud-based application within the Trimble Connect collaboration platform that enables surveyors to easily share rich project data and imagery, allowing clients—even those who have no experience with engineering software—to view and use data in a web browser. The result: improved workflow efficiencies and greater situational awareness that enable more informed decision-making.
Trimble T10 Tablet
Introducing the Trimble T10, a high-performance, large screen device suitable for a variety of survey and GIS applications that provides the processing power of a laptop computer in tablet form to enhance efficiencies for geospatial users in the field. Now you only need one device for collecting and processing data while out on the job.
Trimble Business Center v4.0
The newest version of Trimble Business Center introduces enhancements and new capabilities to process high-accuracy GNSS data, create CAD deliverables, and leverage full data traceability through the project lifecycle.
Trimble eCognition v9.3
he latest version of eCognition® adds 3D point cloud analytics and deep learning technology so you can perform a broader range of geospatial analysis with a greater level of control.
Trimble Access v2017.10
The newest version of Trimble Access™ has been optimized to support the new Trimble C-Series total stations and the new Trimble T10 tablet.