Orbit GT Orbit GT and Harmony Instruments, Hong Kong, sign Reseller Agreement

Orbit GT is pleased to announce that Harmony Instruments, Hong Kong, has joined as Authorized Reseller of Orbit GT 3D Mapping products.

“We’re very pleased to announce Harmony Instruments as our Reseller”, says Peter Bonne, CEO of Orbit GT.
“Harmony is a well known and experienced and established player in the mapping industry. We’re looking forward to a great co-operation and take solutions for our joint customers to the next level.”

“We are very delighted to be working with Orbit GT in the mapping industry,” says John Liu, managing director of Harmony Instruments Ltd. “Their innovative geospatial technology is truly a game changer for us in mobile mapping.  We are confident that our customers may now have the solution to grow their data and applications further.”

About Harmony Instruments

Harmony Instruments has been working with LiDAR manufacturers and Software companies for the better part of a decade. The company offices are located in Shanghai and Hong Kong, and our business operations cover Mainland China, Hong Kong, Macau and Taiwan. Harmony Instruments is the solutions provider for a variety of industries including surveying, mapping, construction, forestry, and university research. We are always on the forefront of discovering the latest and innovative technological solutions for our customers and their interests.

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