Topcon’s O‘Connor: Saving time by adopting new technologies will ensure progressive companies remain strong
State of the Industry Message – Ray O’Connor, President and CEO, Topcon Positioning Systems
“Companies embracing increased productivity through technology will drive the world’s economic recovery.”
California-based firm to sell TPS mobile control products
Topcon Positioning Systems (TPS) has signed an agreement with AeroTech Sales LLC., of Fountain Valley, California, to represent the OEM market for TPS’ mobile control products.
AeroTech has extensive experience in servicing large defense, transportation, space and related industries throughout Southern California.
The University of Massachusetts (UMass) uses Topcon’s GMS-2 Pro GIS data recorder, and TreeWorks software in a comprehensive tree inventory project on its campus in Amherst, Massachusetts.
The UMass inventory is a benchmark project aimed at gathering a comprehensive inventory including photographs of notable trees in different seasons.
Topcon Positioning Systems (TPS), through its Emerging Business Unit, has established a Topcon GIS Business Partner program.
The Topcon GIS program is available to companies involved in GIS business applications that create a solution or provide a service that complements Topcon’s mapping and GIS data collection products.
There are two categories for Topcon GIS Business Partners:
Dominick Auletto, vice president of Topcon Positioning Systems (TPS) and a survey industry leader for almost three decades, has announced his retirement. He will continue to work part-time for Topcon until the end of the year to assist the company during the transition stage.
After just more than a year of working with OEM partner GeoAge, Inc., Topcon Positioning Systems (TPS) is expanding the company’s sales territory nationwide.
Florida-based GeoAge originally served as a Topcon certified GIS dealer in 10 states.
Change creates new business unit structure
Topcon Positioning Systems, Inc., (TPS) has announced a change in its management operation that will provide a basis for strengthening current operations and allowing expansion opportunities. A business unit structure set to provide greater market focus, market-responsive product management, expansion capability, and added opportunities for its customers, distributors and employees went into effect September 2.
Topcon Positioning Systems (TPS) announces Dave Henderson is the company’s new GIS national sales manager. Henderson is responsible for GIS sales activities for Topcon’s GIS dealer network in the United States and Canada.
Eduardo Falcon, TPS senior vice president of business development, said, “Henderson’s past sales and technical experience with the manufacturing and distribution business provides the necessary skills to further develop and expand Topcon’s current GIS dealer network.”
Topcon’s GLS-1000 laser scanner uses Voxis technology
Topcon Corporation of Tokyo has announced the acquisition of Voxis, Inc., a United States-based company acknowledged as a global leader in laser scanner technology and high resolution motion systems.
The acquisition of Voxis of Point Richmond, California, culminates a development relationship with Topcon of more than two years, which resulted in the recent announcement of the company’s GLS-1000 laser scanner.
Topcon Positioning Systems (TPS) has announced two appointments to its Telematics Business Unit.
Richard Savage has been named western region sales manager - telematics and Ron Ludchak named eastern region sales manager - telematics. Their territories will cover the United States and Canada.