Spectra Geospatial Donates Nikon Total Stations for Urban Search and Rescue

Cincinnati, Ohio, October 2021 – Spectra Geospatial and Precision Laser & Instrument (PLI), a Spectra Geospatial Authorized Distribution Partner, have enabled the all-volunteer Hamilton County Urban Search and Rescue (US&R) to significantly upgrade its search and rescue capabilities. The two companies recently teamed up to donate two Nikon reflectorless total stations that will permit the US&R to improve safety by enabling remote monitoring of a structure’s movement in its potential collapse zone without the need to have personnel enter the building to place retroreflectors on the surface of the building.

Serving portions of southern Ohio, Indiana and northern Kentucky, the mission of the Hamilton County US&R is to respond to disaster sites, man-made or natural, to safely rescue those in danger, search for the missing, recover those who have been lost and mitigate major property loss.

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