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Topcon at Work
Feeding the Dairy Industry’s Appetite for Analytics a Diet of Data-Driven Decisions

As soon as the words left his mouth, Kienan Gridley acknowledged the popularity of the phrase ‘you can’t manage what you don’t measure,’ to explain the importance of making data-driven decisions for livestock nutrition.

Topcon at Work
Aye, Robots!

With the introduction of the total station more than a half-century ago, the surveyor’s dream of capturing distance and angle measurements using a single instrument was realized. Gone (for the most part) was the need for stringline, tape measure, and the lengthy processes they demanded.

Topcon at Work
Exceedingly Fine Grind

There is a sense of urgency that drives most any airport resurfacing effort. Airport operations, generally time-sensitive, rely on contractors to respect that fact.

Topcon at Work
Taking the Next Step

In a construction business environment that increasingly demands speed and efficiency from its players, the onus is on contractors to meet those demands — and they are doing so in a range of new and differing ways.

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Sweet Smell of Success

There are those for whom size — at least, the size of their company — really matters. Growth, at all costs, is their driving force, sometimes to the detriment of the company itself. Mike Sweeter is not one of those people.

Case Study
Sizing up the value of precision plots to provide...

Today’s climate smart technology holds more promise than ever to deliver recurring economic and environmental return on investment for farmers.

Industry Insight
A Learning Experience

Like any business steeped in technology, Topcon is continually changing and evolving, its products growing ever more sophisticated.

Industry Insight
Witness to History

The overwhelming majority of Topcon equipment at work today can be found on job sites around the world — projects ranging from massive development excavations to monitoring the smallest movement of a dam’s surface and everything in between.

Industry Insight
Bringing the Smooth

Until recently, motorists traveling southbound on I-5, in an area about a half-hour north of Portland, Oregon, were accustomed to making sure objects in the car were secure, beverages were covered and, afterward, any loose fillings were intact.