Robotic Layout Solutions

Trimble Building Construction Positioning Solutions give contractors more control of their job sites... delivering significant improvements in construction accuracy and productivity. By connecting your office and job site through wireless data transfer, design updates can flow between field and office in real time. Jobs can be created and maintained by someone in the main office and emailed to various sites. Daily layout progress can be monitored. Every question can be answered instantly. Every decision is an informed one. The bottom line is greater control, cost savings and maximized productivity.

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The Trimble® RTS Series Robotic Total Stations help contractors perform layout tasks significantly more efficiently than with conventional mechanical systems for residential and building construction. Designed specifically for concrete, MEP, and general construction contractors, the Trimble RTS Series Robotic Total Stations offer construction-specific functionality and one-person operation so you can perform all jobsite layout and measurement tasks for maximum flexibility and cost savings.


• Layout of control
• Checking or typing into property boundaries
• Layout of excavation lines
• Layout of concrete forms and anchor
• As-built checks
• Layout of control lines on concrete paid for subcontractor
• Layout of hangers, sleeves and underground pipe
• Light topographical measurements

View video from our friends at Duncan Parnell here.


The Trimble RPT600 Layout Station is the building construction professional’s newest essential tool to make short-work of common building layout and as-built measurement projects.

The system measures distances and finds positions simply and easily, enabling your team to deliver accurate field work and eliminate rework.


• Floors
• Walls and ceilings
• Formwork
• Mechanical
• Electrical
• Plumbing

To watch the video of RPT600 here.

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Whether your team is performing initial concrete layout, QA/QC on completed work, or a range of other field positioning tasks, GNSS technology is a viable option in many situations. On busy construction sites, contractors find that work can be interrupted when an obstruction lies between the point of measurement and the total station, requiring a new station setup and lost time. With GNSS technology, there is no need to maintain line of sight with the total station. Instead, the contractor only needs a clear view of the sky to capture measurements fast.