Hilti Robotic Total Stations Make Their Mark

Words: Dan KamysHilti Robotic Total Stations Make Their Mark

Using the latest in robotic technology, the new Hilti POS 180 and Hilti POS 150 Robotic Total Stations are making their mark. With digital plans stored in memory, the compact controller is in permanent wireless contact with the total station and provides direct access to functions that make everyday layout and measuring tasks easier than ever. But best of all, these jobs can now be completed quickly and efficiently by just one person for increased productivity when compared to traditional methods for all jobsite layout needs.
 
With intuitive operation and automatic target acquisition, these total stations are great for 3D layouts: outdoors on the ground or on facades, indoors on floors, ceilings and walls, and for checking positions on plans and measurements for drawing up building plans.

The POS 180 and 150 bring the whole jobsite to your fingertips by providing a reliable “Building Information Modeling (BIM) to the jobsite” and “jobsite to BIM” data flow. Thanks to automatic prism tracking and continuous measurement data capturing, the new controller puts the complete building plan in the palm of your hand.
 
Backing the Hilti POS 180 and POS 150 Robotic Total Stations is  Hilti’s Calibration Service to help ensure reliability and accuracy. Even with Hilti’s built-in protection features, precision instruments can be affected by everyday use and more. Through the Calibration Service, the total station will be calibrated and adjusted as needed, with the calibration confirmed in writing. The POS 180 and POS 150 Robotic Total Stations also are covered by Hilti’s Lifetime Service, a unique service agreement that includes two years of no-cost coverage.

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