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Leica GeosystemsRelease NotesProductGeoMoS Now! v8.0.1 (SP1)Date18th March 2021FromMichael RutschmannLeica GeoMoS Now! Release NotesLeica Geosystems AGHeinrich-Wild-StrasseCH-9435 HeerbruggSchweizwww.leica-geosystems.com

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Leica GeoMoS Now! Release NotesCONTENTSCONTENTS .2What’s new in Version 8.0.1 Service Pack 1 released March 2021 .4What’s new in Version 8.0 released November 2020 .5What’s new in Version 7.3 Service Pack 4 released August 2020 .6What’s new in Version 7.3 Service Pack 3 released July 2019 .9What’s new in Version 7.3 Service Pack 2 released May 2019 .10What’s new in Version 7.3 Service Pack 1 released November 2018 .11What’s new in Version 7.3 released October 2018 .12What’s new in Version 7.2 Service Pack 2 released May 2018 .16What’s new in Version 7.2 Service Pack 1 released February 2018 .18What’s new in Version 7.2 released January 2018 .19What’s new in Version 7.1 released August 2017 .21What’s new in Version 7.0 Service Pack 1 released February 2017 .25What’s new in Version 7.0 released October 2016 .27What’s new in Version 6.6 released June 2016 .33What’s new in Version 6.5 released April 2016 .36What’s new in Version 6.4 (build 6.4.0.100) released December 2015 .42What’s new in Version 6.2 (build 6.2.0.600) released March 2015 .45What’s new in Version 6.1 (build 6.1.0.308) released June 2014 .50Technical Specifications .602/63

Leica GeoMoS Now! Release NotesOVERVIEWLeica GeoMoS Now! is a web-based application which provides access tomonitoring data anywhere, anytime and with any web-based device.Monitoring data is presented visually with easy-to-interpret maps,graphs, images, deformation scans, tables and automatic reports, whichquickly convey knowledge and understanding of a monitoring project tocustomers.For more detailed product information, please visit:http://www.leica-geosystems.com/geomos now3/63

Leica GeoMoS Now! Release Notesreleased March 2021OVERVIEWLeica GeoMoS Now! continues to add and improve functionalities.Overview of the highlights: GENERAL IMPROVEMENTSGeneral improvementsImprovements: Optimised push stability for bigger databasesGraph visualisation within ReportsBug fixes: Time-axis label was shown as X AxisGraphs and tables with scanning observation types (Median, MaximumDeformation and Deformation Volume)Issues with translations within ReportsSmoothing of graphs with raw TPS measurementsdisplayedcorrectlyLabels on graphs with custom observation types wcorrectlyGraphs with Hz Corrected weren't shown correctly4/63

Leica GeoMoS Now! Release Notesreleased November 2020OVERVIEWLeica GeoMoS Now! continues to add and improve functionalities.Overview of the highlights: Full support for GeoMoS Edge General improvementsGeoMoS v8.0 requires a valid CCP with an expiry date after 15thNovember 2020.FULL SUPPORT FOR GEOMOSEDGEGeoMoS Now! fully supports the new monitoring workflow with GeoMoSEdge. As soon as the data is available in GeoMoS Monitor, it will also bevisualised in GeoMoS Now! on-premise deployment, whereas with thecloud deployment data will be visible after the successful push from theGeoMoS Monitor. This means, what even in the case of communicationfailure between GeoMoS Monitor and GeoMoS Edge, as soon as theconnection is restored, there would be no data gaps in graphs, tablesand maps.GENERAL IMPROVEMENTSFurther improvements have been added to GeoMoS Now! v8.0: Updated Technical Specifications for the On-premise installation ofGeoMoS Now!, as well as the list of supported browsersBug fix for Reference to Null graphs for TPS measurements in ScatterGraphs, Standard Bar Graph and Standard Contour GraphBug fix: issue with conversion of displacement units between m and mmsolved for the On-premise and Survey Edition versions of GeoMoS Now!Bug fix: issue withNew icon available for GeoMoS Now! on-premise installationGeoMoS Now!5/63

Leica GeoMoS Now! Release NotesService Pack 4 released August 2020OVERVIEWPROFILESLeica GeoMoS Now! continues to add and improve functionalities.Overview of the highlights: Profiles in GeoMoS Now! Survey Edition Copy project settings from another view General improvementsThe new feature provides the possibility to create profiles in GeoMoSNow! Survey Edition.IntroductionGeoMoS Now! Survey Edition user can now define profile directions, withregards to which displacements will be calculated for the pointsbelonging to the profile. Longitudinal displacement is calculated in thedirection of the profile, whereas transverse displacement is orthogonalto it.Example: Define a profile in the direction of the side of a wall, tomonitor displacements of the structure.6/63

Leica GeoMoS Now! Release NotesCreate and modify profilesProfilesProfiles. From there new profiles can be created by clicking on theink. A two-step wizard guides through definition ofthe profile:-Step 1: Profile name and azimuth definition (manually or byselecting start and end point of the profile)Step 2: Assigning points to the profileWorkflowOnce points are existing in the project, profiles can be defined, andpoints assigned to them. From that moment for all incoming datadisplacements are calculated with respect to defined profiles.To reprocess displacements for the existing results, data needs to be reimported (all files are available in project management).COPY PROJECT SETTINGSProject settings can now be copied from existing views when creatingnew projects (GeoMoS Now! Survey Edition) or new views (all GeoMoSNow! versions) within the EID.IntroductionThe following settings are copied between the projects/views:-Units settingsTime settingsView settingsMap settingsGraph templates (without data)Report templates (without data)WorkflowWhen creating a new project/view, select the view the settings will be copiedfrom. This will greatly simplify recurring configurations between projects/views.If copy of the settings is not required, choose Default from the dropdown menu.7/63

Leica GeoMoS Now! Release NotesGENERAL IMPROVEMENTSFurther improvements have been added to GeoMoS Now! 7.3 SP4: Default Import Unit can now be defined in Units Management Improved graph series settings for coordinates from CSV Import Added support for special characters in Limit level descriptions Improved translations Improved handling of coordinate systems with projections andCSCS translations (trfset.dat containing CSCS files) Improved visualisation of In-Place Inclinometer (IPI) graphs Fixed export of data from In-Place Inclinometer (IPI) graphs Improved tables performance8/63

Leica GeoMoS Now! Release NotesVersion 7.3 Service Pack 3 released July 2019OVERVIEWLeica GeoMoS Now! continues to add and improve functionalities.Overview of the highlights: Deformation legend for scanning graphs General improvementsDEFORMATION LEGEND FORSCANNING GRAPHSScanning graphs can now display the legend containing the colour bar,deformation range and a last modification date from the Scan Editor inGeoMoS Monitor. The legend is shown by default and will also be shownon the existing graphs. It is available only for graphs with 1 and 4images on one page. It can be hidden in the graph template.GENERAL IMPROVEMENTSSmaller improvements have been added to GeoMoS Now! 7.3 SP3: Image and Scanning graphs are now showing timestamp in thesame line as the point name. Therefore the timestamp cannotbe hidden anymore. Re-odering of graphs on the Dashboard has been improved Bug fix: In overview and sites maps time selection usingstart/end time was not working9/63

Leica GeoMoS Now! Release NotesService Pack 2 released May 2019OVERVIEWLeica GeoMoS Now! continues to add and improve functionalities.Overview of the highlights: Overview and Site settings stored General improvementsSTOREDThe settings set in the right-hand side menu on Overview and Site pagesare now stored locally. That means that the same user, using the samebrowser on the same machine will have the same settings with the newlogin as configured with the last change.GENERAL IMPROVEMENTSSmaller improvements have been added to GeoMoS Now! 7.3 SP2:OVERVIEW AND SITE SETTINGS direction of profile definition anymore. The existing graphs maybe displayed differently after the update. Distrubuted series order has been improved for IPI graphs Table data download option for Observer is available Responsive design of the webpage has been improved Report generation has been optimised big reports withheaders and footers are now created much faster Bug fix: In timeline and standard bar graphs with multiple points,where at least one point had data for the selected period andone or more dino data was displayed in graphs Bug fix: Customisation of the main page has been fixed (brandlabeling) Bug fix: Scaling of graphs for scanning observation typesavailable also with target points (scan area) Bug fix: Outliers list available for tilt observation types10/63

Leica GeoMoS Now! Release NotesService Pack 1 released November 2018OVERVIEWLeica GeoMoS Now! continues to add and improve functionalities.Overview of the highlights: Improved performance and service stability General improvementsIMPROVED PERFORMANCE AND More and more customers are attracted to Leica GeoMoS Now!software, as we introduce and release new features. The new serviceSERVICE STABILITYpack resolves some minor performance issues from the version 7.3release, loading of the graphs and generating reports is now fasterwhich increases the overall stability of the service.GENERAL IMPROVEMENTSSmaller improvements have been added to GeoMoS Now! 7.3 SP1: Bug fix: Limit names were not visible on horizontaly displayed IPIgraphs Bug fix: CSV download from the graphs was delivering emptyfiles Bug fix: Database size was not visible in User Management forthe cloud version Bug fix: Smoothing time range was not visible for the Dashboardgraphs when 1 day of smoothing was selected Bug fix: 2-axes graphs with reference to Null were in some casesshowing the absolute values11/63

Leica GeoMoS Now! Release Notesreleased October 2018OVERVIEWLeica GeoMoS Now! continues to add and improve functionalities.Overview of the highlights: In-Place Inclinometer data visualisation Point tree structure changes for CSV Import and Virtual sensors Improvements in displaying limit information in graphs General improvementsIN-PLACE INCLINOMETER DATA The incremental and cumulative inclination displacements can bevisualised by creating graphs in the Graph Designer, using the newVISUALISATIONStandard IPI Graph template.The graphs can be displayed vertically or horizontally. The boreholeaxis labels can either be the point names or the depth/length values.Maximum number of displayed series is 10, which can be either thelast n series or distributed over time. Displaying the limit levels issupported.12/63

Leica GeoMoS Now! Release NotesPOINT TREE STRUCTURECHANGESUntil now, the point tree in Graph designer for CSV Import and Virtualsensors was structured in a way: Sensors CSV Import / VirtualLIMIT INFORMATIONDISPLAYING IMPROVEMENTSImprovements have been added to the logic of displaying the limitinformation in the graphs. Following logic is being respected in thegraphs:tCSV Imports and virtual sensor groups, they are now listed by theirname. Therefore, there can be multiple CSV Import sensors or virtualsensor groups in the tree and each of them contains only the pointsbelonging to it. For Virtual sensors, there is sts not mandatory that theyare grouped. This simplifies the creation of the graphs as well, e.g. theIn-Place Inclinometer graphs, which can be created quickly by drag &dropping the entire borehole, instead of selecting point by point. 1-Axis Timeline and Null Bar Grapho Reference to Absolute limit levels are shown if allpoints have the same null measurement value for theselected observation typeo Reference to Null Limit levels are shown regardlessfrom the null measurement valueso Reference to Relative Limit levels are shown if there isonly 1 point in the graph 2-Axes Timeline Graph:o Limits are always shown only for the left-hand side axiso The logic for showing the limits is the same as for 1-AxisTimeline Graph Profile and In-Place Inclinometer Graph:o Reference to Absolute limit levels are shown if allpoints have the same null measurement value for theselected observation typeo Reference to Null Limit levels are shown regardlessfrom the null values13/63

Leica GeoMoS Now! Release NotesIn case the limit levels aa [*]indicator at the end of the graph title. Detailed explanation can befound in Graph Template Settings.Important note: Due to aforementioned changes in limit informationlogic, the existing graphs may be displayed differently after the update.GENERAL IMPROVEMENTSAdditional improvements have been added to GeoMoS Now! 7.3: Horizontal distance from levels is available in Graph Designer Graph updates from the Report templates are now available Default units for new custom units are taken from GeoMoSMonitor (standard unit or description) Displaying of point labels in the maps has 3 options now,instead of only On/Off: Axes names Northing and Easting are displayed for vector graphs14/63

Leica GeoMoS Now! Release Notes In the View Mindicated with red textwhen the poject database, the view is linked to, has beendeleted Bug fix: Graphs with observation types which belong to TPS rawmeasurements (Hz/V angle, slope distance) were showing thesame values when using reference to absolute and reference tonull in timeline graphs. This has been fixed and it will cause thechanges in existing graphs with reference to null after theupgrade. Bug fix: Changing title in 2-Axes Velocity Graphs was sometimescausing graph range settings going back to default. From thisversion this issue is fixed. correctly in the map. From this version this issue is fixed. Bug fix: View names starting with space character had problemswith Brand labeling. It is not allowed to name the view startingor ending with space character anymore. Bug fix: Displaying of raster image layers on the maps withdefined settings.15/63

Leica GeoMoS Now! Release NotesService Pack 2 released May 2018OVERVIEWLeica GeoMoS Now! continues to add and improve functionalities.Overview of the highlights:ADJUSTED RESULTS Visualisation and analysis of adjusted results Improvements in Vaisala precipitation sensor reading General improvementsAdjusted results and statistics can now be visualised and analysed inGeoMoS Now!. Following new data can now be shown inPointDetails, graphs, and Tables: Adjusted 2D and 3D VectorAdjusted Easting / Northing / HeightAdjusted Easting / Northing / Height DifferenceAdjusted Transverse / Longitudinal / Height DisplacementError Ellipse Major / Minor AxisError Ellipse Major Axis OrientationSignificant DeformationMaps: VAISALA SENSORShow vectors from adjusted resultsVaisala precipitation reading has been improved. From this version,besides the rain and hail intensity, the following new Vaisalaobservations can be analysed and visualised in GeoMoS Now!: Rain and Hail Duration Rain and Hail AccumulationThe data can be visualised in graphs, Point Details and Tables.GENERAL IMPROVEMENTSSmaller improvements have been added to GeoMoS Now! 7.2: Bug fix: automatic reports were sometimes missing images Bug fix: scan observation types were not visible in Graph16/63

Leica GeoMoS Now! Release NotesDesigner Stability of the GeoMoS Now! cloud version has been improved17/63

Leica GeoMoS Now! Release NotesService Pack 1 released February 2018OVERVIEWLeica GeoMoS Now! continues to add and improve functionalities.Overview of the highlights: Optimisation of outlier calculation performance General improvementsOUTLIER CALCULATIONPERFORMANCEThe outlier performance has been significantly improved, up to fivetimes faster calculation. This is particularly noticeable with large amountof data included in the calculation.GENERAL IMPROVEMENTSSmaller improvements have been added to GeoMoS Now! 7.2: Bug fix: The paging in outliers section in graphs with customobservations has been fixed. Performance for graphs with reference to null value has beenoptimised.18/63

Leica GeoMoS Now! Release Notesreleased January 2018OVERVIEWLeica GeoMoS Now! continues to add and improve functionalities.Overview of the highlights:TABLES New: Tables General improvementsThe new Tables feature provides a tabular overview of results andobservations. The page can be found in the navigation window (leftmenu) in GeoMoS Now!.The user is now able to get the numeric visualisation and analysis ofdatabase values. The main page Table Management consists of theoverview of the existing tables and the Outlier tool.The Outlier tool allows the user to search for outliers through all therecords in results and observation tables in the selected period of time.Outliers are automatically flagged, but their state can be modified insidethe table grid.Three types of tables can be created: results, daily average results andobservations. All of them are easily created in a 3-step wizard, where19/63

Leica GeoMoS Now! Release Notesthe user configures the content of the table, e.g. select points andcolumns. Each table can be exported in CSV format.MONITOR DB SIZEGENERAL IMPROVEMENTStable. It contains the information about the size of projects of theGeoMoS Monitor database.Smaller improvements have been added to GeoMoS Now! 7.2: Column Search page results improved Fix: list of available points under Sites in Graph Designer Fix: old pages are not in cache anymore after any softwareupdate Fix: sudden reboot without alert in some cases when updatingGeoMoS Now! On-premise Fix: Image Capture points listed in Point Assistant under Sensors20/63

Leica GeoMoS Now! Release Notesreleased August 2017OVERVIEWLeica GeoMoS Now! continues to add and improve functionalities.Overview of the highlights:GEOMOS IMAGE CAPTURE New: GeoMoS Image Capture Improvement: Point Management Announcement: GeoMoS Now! limit for the database size Limit check comparison method General improvementsThe new GeoMoS Image Capture feature can be visualised in GeoMoSNow! in two ways: in Graph Designer and in Point Details.Graph DesignerIn Graph Designer Image Captures can be visualised using StandardImages template. There is a new Image Capture sensor available, whereall captured images are listed and can be selected for visualisation.Images which are linked to the point can also be visualised from TargetPoint list.Point De

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