Ray O’Connor, president and CEO of Topcon Positioning Systems (TPS), was named Geospatial Business Leader of the Year for 2012. The award was presented by Geospatial World magazine during its annual Geospatial World Forum conference and leadership awards ceremony in Rotterdam, The Netherlands.
Topcon Positioning Systems (TPS) set the industry standard more than 10 years ago with the introduction of the HiPer receivers. The first-of-its-kind integrated design changed the industry by eliminating the need for bulky backpacks and cables.
Oscar R. Cantu, a product specialist and trainer for Topcon Positioning Systems, will conduct a workshop at the 2013 World of Concrete event on the concept of data management within the “cloud.” The title of his presentation is “Cloud Asset Management - It's Not as Intimidating as You Think.”
Topcon Positioning Systems, Inc., and Autodesk, Inc., announced they have signed a letter of intent under which both companies will collaborate to allow products within Autodesk’s leading design and construction software portfolio for Building Information Modeling (BIM) to more efficiently interact with Topcon’s on-site field positioning hardware.
Topcon Positioning Systems (TPS) announces the release of ScanMaster CAD Link which provides users with an interactive link between ScanMaster and AutoCAD® software and enables efficient feature extraction and drawing of objects.
CAD Link is an optional extension for ScanMaster software for Topcon’s GLS-1500 laser scanner.
DIT honors ‘outstanding leader in international business and innovation’
The Dublin Institute of Technology (DIT) recently conferred the award of Honorary Doctorate on Ireland native Ray O’Connor, president and CEO of Topcon Positioning Systems (TPS), a global leader in precision measurement instruments.
Topcon Positioning Systems (TPS), in cooperation with the Vatican and Pope Benedict XVI, is developing a global agriculture initiative – Person and Technological Innovation.
The program is designed to introduce young people in developing countries to technologies and applications of precise positioning in the global agriculture markets. Initial training will be conducted at the Topcon training facilities in Concordia (Modena), Italy.
Countries targeted for the first projects will be Cameroon, Ethiopia and Ghana.