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November 10, 2015
Leica GeoMoS Solution Moves Beyond Classic Geodetic Monitoring

HEERBRUGG, SWITZERLAND, November 10, 2015 — Leica Geosystems, leader of measurement and reality capture technologies, announced today two new additions to its deformation monitoring solution, Leica GeoMos; GeoMoS AnyData and GeoMoS API. Enabling powerful sensor data fusion from applications such as air or water quality monitoring and construction or building management, users can now create comprehensible visualisations and customisable reports. With GeoMoS AnyData and GeoMoS API, multiple open interface standards are accessible to provide even more information to projects than just classic geodetic monitoring applications. As a result, Leica GeoMoS software is now an even more flexible and open solution, capable of automatically acquiring, processing and distributing intelligent information locally or via the Internet in real-time.

One complete solution from one provider Leica GeoMoS integrates, processes and distributes all project data within just one software program. Data is automatically integrated from any sensor, database, data logger or software and stored on one centralised database. Critical time savings are realised with streamlining workflows and enabling quicker decisions and faster reaction when needed.

"Monitoring professionals are confronted daily with vast amounts of data collected and provided by a variety of sensors,” explains Michael Rutschmann, senior product manager of Structural Monitoring at Leica Geosystems, “With these additions to Leica GeoMoS, all information is now easily accessible via web-based visualisation. This is absolutely the most efficient way to convert raw data streams into intelligent information for any user."

For more information about the Leica Geosystems Monitoring Solution, please visit: http://www.leica-geosystems.com/geomos

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