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GeoMax Zoom70 Robotic Total Station Features
With the GeoMax Zoom70 Robotic Total Station, you can significantly increase your efficiency. X-PAD software supports GNSS prism search, which when merged with the proven, powerful, accXXess EDM, with its Track and AiM technology, makes the Zoom70 a flexible and capable robotic total station for your daily tasks.
X-Motion Hybrid Drives
The new Zoom70 incorporates X-motion hybrid drives, which are capable of following your target at 55 MPH at 350 feet (90 km/h at 100 m).
The GeoMax Zoom70 meets all your connectivity needs. Use its built-in Bluetooth for medium range data transfer or its dedicated long-range Bluetooth handle for highest performance over long distances. Either way, it is ideal for one-man robotic surveys.
Combine your preferred software and field controller to perform remote control tasks with increased productivity. The WindowsCE operating system installed on Zoom70 allows you to run a variety of powerful field software packages onboard. This provides you the freedom to choose the software that best suits your needs.
One-Man Total Station
GeoTRAil: Equipped with the long-range Bluetooth handle, the GeoMax Zoom70 transforms into a true one-man total station. It supports the advanced prism search, based on the GNSS position of the controller, mounted on the pole. Due to its seamless integration into X-PAD ULTIMATE field software, GeoTRAil combines simplicity and high performance.
As there is no need for special, expensive and power-consuming active prisms, this total station is ideal on any worksite. The GeoMax Zoom70 keeps your pole lightweight and convenient to carry all day long!
TRack: The GeoMax Zoom70 shares tracking and aiming functionality with the Zoom90 robotic total station. TRack allows the Zoom70 to remain accurately aimed on fast moving targets, once the prism is locked.
AiM allows the GeoMax Zoom70 to precisely aim at any prism, without the need to look through the telescope. Highly reliable measurements are performed automatically and are consistently repeatable.