Sokkia adds robotic functionality to DX total station series

OLATHE, Kan. - October 16, 2013 - Sokkia Corporation announces a new robotic total station, DX-105AC+, designed to provide a feature-packed solution for one-person operations. Robotic functionality is also now available for standard model DX total stations through an auto tracking firmware upgrade.
 
The DX robotic solution sets the standard for design, performance and price at the entry level of the robotic total station market,” said Denny Welch, senior vice president of the survey business unit.
 
The new DX Auto Tracking Kit comes on a USB memory stick and can be installed on any standard DX unit. “The upgrade can be made easily at any time–a unique, and ideal solution if you have not used robotic total stations, but wish to make the switch,” Welch said.
 
Add a 360-degree prism and MESA data controller with MAGNET™ v2.0 and you have the perfect entry-level robotic package,” Welch said.
 
The DX total station series features long-range Bluetooth® communications, class-leading tracking performance and an easy-guide light system for prism reacquisition.  Additionally, the series includes Direct Aiming™ auto-collimation technology, TSshield™ advanced security and maintenance technology and MAGNET™ integrated software.

Welch said, “The DX comes with Sokkia’s patented RED-Tech reflectorless measurement system and advanced angle measurement system, both industry-leading technologies.”
 
Additional information on the DX is available at:   www.sokkia.com


 
Sokkia Corporation continually provides highly precise and reliable instruments and offers complete solutions in the areas of surveying, construction, industrial and monitoring applications. Sokkia’s product line features advanced optical survey instruments, advanced GNSS receivers, powerful field and office software, rugged data collectors, supplies and accessories.

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Staci Fitzgerald
925-245-8610



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