Trimble leads the land surveying industry with quality, accuracy and reliability. Learn all about our flagship products that most surveyors depend on, day in and day out, for their survey workflow needs:
Surveyor’s Best Friend.
Set your survey style the way you want it, not the way a manufacturer wants it.
Trimble Access is the hub for the Trimble surveyor in the field. With layers of intelligence, quickness and calculation and visualization options, you can control your survey completely. Customize it to your needs, not someone else’s.
Trimble has a range of data collectors to suit your needs. Whether it’s the TSC5 or TSC7 controller, or the T100 or T7 tablet for a larger screen size, there’s a controller to suit your style.
Reliable data in.
Reliable data out.
Trimble S-Series total stations are world-renowned for their mag-drive silent precision, with up to 1-arc second precision and technology that ensures you’re locked on your prism, not someone else’s. With the SX12 there is nothing you alone cannot measure, topo, shoot, or double invert face.
Trimble R-Series GNSS systems lead the industry with reliability and performance. With RTK precisions of up to 8 mm H/1.5 mm V, extreme drop and harsh environmental ratings, and a range of real-time correction sources—even when you lose connection—Trimble lets you survey faster, longer, harder, and simply better.
CADdicts. We know.
We named our office survey CAD software Trimble Business Center (or TBC) because it’s the software at the center of how a surveyor does business. It supports you in preparing data before you go into the field, runs QA/QC checks when you return, offers network adjustments and advanced Survey CAD drafting and deliverables. Trimble Business Center was created to avoid the need for three different software programs to complete your job. With TBC, you only need one.
Bring your geospatial data to life with the Trimble SiteVision outdoor augmented reality system. Trimble SiteVision unlocks and simplifies the use of geospatial information by allowing you to see your data in the real world – from property lines to underground services to conceptual designs. It is an ideal tool for public and contractor engagement in planning processes as well as throughout the project lifecycle.