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To obtain the productive benefits of the latest technology Central Surveys continuously reviews it equipment, software and procedures.
Our existing total station instruments have delivered sterling performances, however it became clear from field trials that the latest Leica TS15i robotic imaging total stations using the same Viva operating system as our GNSS equipment offered a significant productivity advantage.
Central Surveys have acquired this top of the range equipment and Tricia Whitfield, Director of Central Surveys says “The use of a common operating system on both our GNSS and total station equipment together with the opportunities offered by the on-board imaging capability result in significant productivity gains. We have had an excellent relationship with Leica over many years and are pleased to further extend our use of their equipment.”
Central Surveys Limited has successfully achieved ISO 9001:2008 Quality
Assurance and ISO 14001:2004 Environmental Management accreditation.
Tricia Whitfield, a director of Central Surveys Limited says “Our company philosophy is based on providing our clients with a high quality cost competitive service. To help us achieve these objectives we have invested in quality management systems and I am delighted that we have successfully obtained both ISO 9001:2008 and ISO 14001:2004 accreditation”.
After extensive field trials Central Surveys Limited has taken delivery of the latest state of the art Leica Viva GNSS (GPS and Glonass) receivers and CS15 controllers. Tricia Whitfield, a Director of Central Surveys Limited, says “We have experience of Leica GPS equipment over twenty years starting with System 200 and progressing through Systems 300, 500 and 1200. The latest Viva GNSS receivers and CS series 3.5G controllers represent a significant improvement both in the robustness of the solution and ease of use. This certainly gives us a competitive advantage.”