17 - 19 September
Hall 3, Booth F3.013
17 - 19 SeptemberINTERGEO 2019
Hall 3, Booth F3.013
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Meet us at The Intersection of
Infrastructure and Technology
Topcon @ INTERGEO 2019
Topcon’s Transformative Technologies to Take Centre Stage
We will be showcasing several new technologies at INTERGEO 2019, demonstrating our continued commitment to supporting the adoption of new methodologies and technologies within the geopositioning industry.
Our experts will present the new Topcon suite of structural health monitoring and inspection, survey and mapping and vertical construction solutions to attendees at this year’s show.
Transformative solutions being showcased at INTERGEO 2019 will include the GTL-1000, a new generation of scanning robotic total stations that integrates a compact high speed laser scanner and a fully featured robotic total station. Combining the GTL-1000 with ClearEdge3D Verity software offers a new standard of construction verification workflow.
The adoption of such technologies will be crucial for the construction industry to meet the ever-growing demand for maintaining and creating new infrastructure globally.
Visit our booth to discover more about our commitment to supporting the industry at the Intersection of Infrastructure and Technology.
Experience Topcon Technologies…
Visitors to the stand in Hall 3, Booth F3.013 will be able to experience our innovative technologies for themselves via a series of interactive displays. Via informative conversations visitors are provided with the opportunity to visualise the application of Topcon technologies and methodologies to their sector, demonstrating the real potential to increase accuracy, efficiency and productivity across the construction industry via their adoption.
Discover Topcon Solutions…
Our advisors are present on the stand to share their knowledge and expertise, informing visitors how Topcon technologies can smarter manage their data, projects and teamsto improve efficiency and accuracy, while answering the industry’s most pressing question: how do we meet the growing global infrastructure demands and how do we use technology to help meet them?