Norcross, Ga., 25 February 2008) For the first time, attendees to CONEXPO-CON/AGG, the industry™s largest equipment and technology exhibitions, will have an opportunity to participate in the Leica PowerGrade Challenge , an amazingly realistic, simulated environment uniquely designed to demonstrate an accurate analysis of the productivity and unit cost improvements associated with the adoption of Leica machine control technology.
Rich Calvird, Product Marketing Manager for Leica Geosystems, says, We™re changing the face of show floor exhibits, bringing the construction site to the fingertips of the industry. Through this interactive job site experience, attendees can evaluate and compare productivity benefits by actually performing simulated job site activities with both conventional manual and automated methods. This is a truly exciting first look into equipment and technology demonstrations of the future.
Participate in the Leica PowerGrade Challenge during CONEXPO-CON/AGG, March 11-15, 2008 in Las Vegas, Nevada, at booth # (S-16805) .The daily winner of the PowerGrade Challenge will receive a Leica PowerBlade 2D indicate machine control system valued at $4,000 or credit towards a Leica 2D PowerGrade system.
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