Leica Geosystems combines new UAV technology with DJI aerial platform to trim missions times

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Leica Geosystems, part of Hexagon, a specialist in measurement technology, has teamed up with DJI to deliver a time-saving UAV solution.

The new Leica Aibot, based on DJI’s aerial platform, the M600 Pro, is designed to rapidly and autonomously enable digitising of critical infrastructure.

The new UAV technology allows users to get a complete data set in less time with a user-friendly and innovative interface, opening new business opportunities while spending less time, costs and effort than with traditional methods.

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“We are very excited to offer our robust and reliable DJI M600 Pro along with our developer tools to Leica Geosystems to empower survey professionals to get a truly efficient solution workflow with the best results and accuracy,” said Jan Gasparic, head of DJI Enterprise.

The Aibot can identify gaps early with a level of accuracy previously ‘unknown’ for the construction industry. High-definition imagery and 3D mapping allow for the viewing of site mapping or progress documentation, meaning users save time and money at all stages of the project.

Valentin Fuchs, Leica Geosystems UAV product manager, added: “The Leica Aibot opens tremendous amounts of opportunity and helps the customers to speed up digitisation of processes and to automate existing workflows.

“It enables customers to run businesses that are more efficient than their predecessors and be more profitable.”

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