Leica and Junttan to ‘accelerate digital transformation’ of piling industry

Leica Geosystems and Junttan Oy Leica Geosystems and Junttan Oy have announced a strategic partnership

Leica Geosystems, part of Hexagon, and Junttan Oy, a manufacturer of hydraulic piling equipment, have announced a strategic partnership that they say will accelerate the digital transformation of the piling construction industry.

The collaboration aims to set new industry standards by delivering comprehensive and future-proof solutions that address the evolving needs of the piling construction sector. By leveraging advanced technology and industry expertise, the partners say they will enable customers to achieve higher levels of productivity, accuracy, resulting in more sustainable and safe workflows.

The companies add that their solution will address the increasing demand for advanced digital solutions in the construction sector.

Tommi Kauppinen, Vice President Heavy Construction, Leica Geosystems said, “This partnership represents a significant step forward in our shared mission to drive digital innovation and empower construction professionals with advanced tools that transform their operations.”

Karoliina Pesola, Head of Digital and Measuring Solutions, Junttan Oy, added that the partnership combines the company’s experience in manufacturing piling equipment with Leica Geosystems’ positioning technology to, “unlock new possibilities and enhance the capabilities of piling professionals worldwide.”

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