The IP68 rating further underlines the quality and robustness of the Leica Zeno GG03. The industry-leading GNSS performance and an unmatched ultra-rugged design is a big win for our customers in the field.
Norcross, GA (PRWEB) September 26, 2013
The Leica Zeno GG03 SmartAntenna now has Ingress Protection (IP) certification, making it the only IP68 certified SmartAntenna for GIS applications. IP68 represents the top rating for protection against dust, moisture and water. Being able to meet the tough standards for Ingress Protection (IP) proves that the Leica Zeno GG03 is the most rugged GNSS SmartAntenna for GIS Asset Collection and Management tasks.
The upgradable Leica Zeno GG03 SmartAntenna is the ideal choice for organizations that require a compact and lightweight device for accurate and reliable positioning. The robust design of the Zeno GG03 brings further advantages when collecting GIS assets by offering reliable and rugged operation in extreme environments, even after continued exposure to water and dust.
"The Leica Zeno GIS series is used all over the world in the most demanding environments,” said Product Manager Johannes Hotz. “The IP68 rating further underlines the quality and robustness of the Leica Zeno GG03. The industry-leading GNSS performance and an unmatched ultra-rugged design is a big win for our customers in the field."
For detailed information about the Leica Zeno GIS series, visit: http://www.leica-geosystems.com/zeno
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