Hexagon opens advanced heavy construction test site
Hexagon's Geosystems division announced the opening of its newly enhanced test site where customers, partners and employees will be able to experience the company's heavy construction solutions in a real-world environment. The "T-Site" is located at Hexagon's machine control facility in Odense, Denmark. Demonstration sites are a great way for customers and employees to assess and test new technology under real-life conditions. The new testing ground synthesises research and cutting-edge product development into an experiential site that showcases Hexagon's innovative culture and experience as well as its advanced technologies and unique capabilities through hands-on exploration.
The enhanced T-Site is an important foundation for the research and development of the company's heavy construction solution portfolio, including established brands such as Leica Geosystems and AGTEK. It is also an environment where employees, customers and partners from around the world can meet, learn and shape the future of heavy construction.
Putting solutions to the test
The T-Site allows customers and prospects to test Hexagon's hardware and software solutions in an environment that closely mimics real-world conditions. Visitors can benefit from a personalised hands-on experience diving into all aspects of digital construction, from field to office and from start to finish, while experimenting with sensors, software and cloud solutions.
In addition, the T-Site bolsters collaboration with Original Equipment Manufacturers (OEM) and distribution partners to further develop important initiatives related to safety, sustainability and autonomy.
"The best way to understand the benefits of machine control and the power of autonomy is to experience it. We are proud to showcase our legacy, achievements and continuous innovation as we move toward an autonomous and sustainable future," says Magnus Thibblin, President Machine Control Division at Hexagon's Geosystems division.
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