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Written by Christopher Dollard on June 27th, 2019

At the 2019 HxGN Live conference in Las Vegas, we were proud to introduce the world’s first entirely handheld imaging laser scanner, the BLK2GO.

Written by Christopher Dollard on June 27th, 2019

The Leica BLK247 joins the BLK2GO as the newest additions to the BLK series of reality capture products from Leica Geosystems, as announced by Juergen Dold and Burkhard Boeckem during the 2019 HxGN Live conference in Las Vegas.

Written by Anonymous on May 23rd, 2018

(Lisbon, Portugal, 9 May, 2018) – Leica Geosystems, industry leader in measurement technology, announces the BLK360 3D imaging laser scanner has been named the “best technology in support of urban rehabilitation” at Portugal’s 2018 Innovation in Construction Awards.


Written by Anonymous on May 23rd, 2018

RIBA Chartered Architect, Jacob Down takes the Leica BLK360 for a field test to see if the low-cost, compact, simple-to-use reality capture device really does live up to its promise of bringing laser scanning to the masses.

Written by Matthew Webb on March 28th, 2018

Matt Workman is a trained cinematographer and software developer, his Youtube channel Cinematography Database showcases cutting edge tools and technologies to his army of over 180,000 subscribers. Learn about Matt's first impressions using the BLK360 and how he feels it could be used by cinematographers to create accurate models for planning real world shoots.

Written by Anonymous on June 7th, 2017

With the founding of Solid-Bau in 2012,  Edin Osmanagic started his own business. In the meantime he has engaged two additional drywall builders. Nonetheless he continues to work on construction sites himself on a daily basis and as a result, maintains a close relationship to the business. The tasks in interior construction are multifarious: prefabricated walls, suspended ceilings, linings, flooring systems and built-in fixtures.

Written by Malkoc Elvir on May 3rd, 2017

The construction segment is one of the biggest factors driving most economies. Therefore, we also need future innovation in other industries. Especially when we look at the increasing costs and time pressures during the last years. Consequently, more and more contractors are using plasterboard construction to build walls and partitions inside buildings. This saves a lot of time and money in comparison to the classic brick wall style. Following the transition to new materials, we also need innovation in the working process.

Written by Markus Hammerer on March 13th, 2017

Please click the following links for to learn more on how the DISTO S910 can benefit architects and building surveyors, facade contractors, landscapers and gardeners, and roofers on the job site. 

Application: Leica DISTO™ S910 for architects and building surveyor

Written by Žiga Rajšter on March 13th, 2017

Please click the following links to learn more on how the DISTO Sketch App can benefit you during the planning, construction, and building implementation stages of a project.

Planning Stage

Construction Stage

Written by Tobias Heller on February 17th, 2017

I’m excited about innovative technology. But taken on it’s own, the benefit is often limited.

What always caught my attention was the ability to combine technology to create workable solutions to help our clients do their jobs more efficiently.

The Leica DISTO™ S910 has been on the market for over a year now and it still brings me excitement. This device enables you to capture accurate, three-dimensional data from a single location. A task, which could be done in the past exclusively by surveying professionals!