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Unsurpassed precision and expedience in shipbuilding made possible with use of Theodolites

Time, resource savings at shipyard with Theodolite
“Chantiers de l'Atlantique” has started to use Leica 3D measuring systems in 1995. Due to the good performance of the Leica products they have increased the number of measuring systems considerably.

All the users at the “Chantiers de l'Atlantique” highlight the savings the Leica systems have allowed them to make in terms of time and money. With the purchase of twoTDA 5000 systems (chosen because of the ATR) and associated software, they expect further productivity improvements in overlength management, which is a crucial problem for all shipyards and the main key to cut production costs. They are convinced that this tool fully meets their requirements.
The “Chantiers de l'Atlantique” is the biggest French shipyard. It is located at St. Nazaire close to the mouth of the river Loire. The Shipbuilding began around 1861 and today more than 130 years later the “Chantiers de l'Atlantique” is among the leading shipbuilders world wide. This may be judged also according to the orders already received for the coming years.

“Chantiers de l'Atlantique” has started to use Leica 3D measuring systems in 1995. Due to the good performance of the Leica products they have increased the number of measuring systems considerably, and own a wide range of Leica equipment.

A.M.S. is a Finnish company with long term experience in measurement and analysis SW for shipyards. The software has been developed by this company in close cooperation with shipyards to meet their specific requirements.


 
 

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