Hexagon opens technology test site

By Mike Hayes13 December 2022

Hexagon’s Geosystems division has announced the opening of T-Site, where it will offer demonstrations of technology solutions for heavy construction.

Hexagon innovations on show at the company’s new T-Site demonstration facility in Odense, Denmark. Photo: Hexagon

The company says the facility, located at its machine control facility in Odense, Denmark, will be open to customers, partners and employees and is an ideal venue for testing and assessing the potential benefits of new technology.

Hardware and software products will be demonstrated at the site, in an environment that Hexagon says will closely mimic real-world conditions.

Using and experimenting with sensors, software, cloud solutions and more, Hexagon promises visitors a personalised and hands-on experience that it says will cover end-to-end workflows, from field to office.

Magnus Thibblin, president of the Machine Control Division at Hexagon’s Geosystems division, said, “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.”

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