Topcon FC-6000 in use on a construction site

Topcon Positioning Group has released its new FC-6000 rugged field tablet, a powerful and robust model for peak performance in the field.

This new model builds on the Topcon FC-5000, popular with surveyors, engineers and others working in the construction industry for its durability, ease of use and powerful functionality.  

The FC-6000 offers even faster processing and enhanced functionality than its predecessor.

Topcon’s latest survey tablet powers all Topcon GNSS, optical instruments and MAGNET software simultaneously. 

Cameron Waters, Geospatial Business Manager at Position Partners, said the FC-5000 was the first tablet that truly blended the power of a desktop computer with an exceptionally field-hardy design. 

The tablet “doesn’t miss a beat in bright sunlight, rain or dusty, windy weather,” Mr Waters said.

“This latest model brings even greater processing power and functionality, offering surveyors and other geospatial professionals unrivalled performance for all field applications.”

The Topcon FC-6000 has a large 7-inch display and the highest environmental rating available, with the latest Intel Quad-Core Pentium processor, plus front and rear cameras. 

With standard 4G SIM, internal GPS and an optional external keyboard for those that prefer them over a touchscreen, the FC-6000 is a full-featured system. 

“If you’re relying on a tablet for most of your working day, it’s important that it performs well and feels good,” Mr Waters said. 

“This new Topcon field controller does exactly that – our customers have raved about the 5000 model and this one trumps it. 

“Couple it with MAGNET Field, office and Enterprise software and I believe we have the most compelling workflow solution on the market,” he added. 

This partner content is brought to you by Position Partners, the exclusive Australian distributor for Topcon machine control and positioning systems. For more information or to buy online, please contact Position Partners on 1300 867 266 or visit 

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