Leica 868914 FlexField App License for FlexLine TS03 & TS07 Total Station *DISCONTINUED*

    By Leica | Mfr#: 868914 | Tiger#: TS68659

    Highlights

    • Choice of 4 software licenses
    • Allows engineers to freely access any Leica FlexField software
    • Works with the Leica FlexLine TS03 and TS07 Reflectorless Manual Total Station
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    Overview for Leica 868914 FlexField App License for FlexLine TS03 & TS07 Total Station

    The FlexField App License for Leica FlexLine TS03 & TS07 Total Station is a legal means that allows engineers to freely access any Leica application or software. This application license works with the Leica FlexLine TS03 and TS07 Reflectorless Manual Total Station.

    Configuration Options

    The FlexField App License for Leica FlexLine TS03 & TS07 Total Station offers four software licenses for your needs. Please choose from the menu above.

    • 868915: FlexLine Tunnel App

    This application enables full control in tunnels, caverns, and infrastructure galleries. It can be used to check and fill after tunnel blasting, to measure profiles after the tunnel is done, and to measure the outline of the tunnel.

    • 868912: Mining App

    The Mining application allows data exchange and management between the total station and a pc or laptop. Also, it can only be used with these operating systems - MS Windows 95, 98, ME, NT4.0, WINDOWS2000, WINDOWS XP or Windows Vista 32-bit.

    • 868913: Roadworks 3D App

    This software application is used to stake out points relative to a road alignment, including slopes. It supports both horizontal and vertical alignment onboard, and uploading of the alignments in GSI format of FlexOffice Road Line Editor.

    • 868914: TraversePro App

    The TraversePRO application allows surveyors to control networks where survey operations are done and accomplished. Examples of these operations are topographic surveys or point stake outs.