Next generation surveying, civil engineering and geospatial software.


Today more than ever, our customers need to rely on seamless workflows for their projects. To improve project efficiencies, we have developed Neo - a comprehensive, integrated software solution that simplifies the most complex jobs for faster results.

Neo is user-friendly geospatial software that transforms raw data into useful information, with the capability to handle large 3D datasets, versatile 3D and 2D viewing, and extensive functionality.

A flexible modular design allows our customers to only purchase the functionality required for their specific business needs, and our subscription based licensing model allows our customers to easily scale up and down as business requirements change.

Key Features

Easily exchange attribute rich data

Neo’s flexible user attribute definition system means tasks that were considered challenging in the past can now be completed with ease. User attribute definition opens new opportunities when needing to undertake attribute rich projects. Neo easily handles large data sets and supports the import and export of many file formats to give you the ultimate flexibility – all while allowing you to work with speed in the familiar Windows environment.

CAD rich and high-fidelity 3D graphics

Neo’s CAD rich and high-fidelity graphics make it easier to visualise your data. Neo seamlessly exchanges with CAD, providing direct import and export to CAD packages.

Supports all major survey field instruments and manufacturers

Easily transfer data between different instruments and sensor types. Neo can be used across multiple hardware solutions to help you save time with setting up different manufacturer instrument definitions.

Work in a true 3D environment with Neo

A 3D environment makes it easier for you to work in and present work to your client. Bring data to life to better visualise the scope and scale of projects, for quality control, processing and exchanging with CAD, GIS and BIM.

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Licensing Models


Perpetual licensing allows you to make a one off purchase and keep the software up-to-date with LISTECH Cover. All perpetual license purchases include a complimentary three month LISTECH Cover period. This model is most suited for organisations that consistently need Neo for their projects and business operation.


For organisations that have varied project needs, the subscription model is best suited as it allows organisations to scale up or down the number of licences to suit business and project requirements. Subscription licences include software maintenance and support for the duration of the subscription.


Education licensing is available for legitimate educational institutions that teach industry-related subjects and include Neo as part of their curriculum. Please contact us for more information.


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Neo Modules

Neo delivers a comprehensive range of integrated modules to allow our customers to work faster and more efficiently. A modular design offers the flexibility to purchase modules with extra functionality as required.


Rigorous Least Squares solutions to adjust field survey measurements in both traverse and network frameworks for horizontal and vertical control. The option to minimally constrain the adjustment allows for the detection of errors in the measurement data without the influence of existing control.

Image Connect

Online connection to WMTS and WMS based image services including services like HxGN Content Program, NearMap, Esri World Imagery etc. The images can be used as a background in 2D view and can be draped over terrain models in 3D view. To save internet bandwidth, costs and improve performance, downloaded images can be cached locally.

Image GeoRef

Import, register, clip and display georeferenced images in ECW, JPEG, TIFF, BMP and PNG formats. The images can be used as a background in 2D view and can be draped over terrain models in 3D view. Georeferenced images can be exported to other systems like AutoCAD (DWG), MicroStation (DGN) etc.

Image Xtract

Extract 3D points, lines and polygons from overlapping images captured with an imaging total station. Features include the automatic selection of overlapping images, the display of an epipolar line to assist with object identification and the reporting of coordinate quality.

Point Cloud

Import and export a range of standard point cloud formats including PTS, LAS/LAZ and E57 and import point cloud data from Leica Geosystems MultiStation. Point clouds can be displayed according to point colour, scan colour, intensity, height and classification. Tools for editing, downsampling, ground classification, transformation and more are included. The clip plane tool makes it easy to create lines and other objects from the scan data.


Rigorous geodetic coordinate geometry (COGO) computations based on a selected coordinate system, for the creation and editing of geospatial objects, including points, lines, polygons, shapes, text and images. Created objects can manually or automatically have any number of attributes associated with them.


Create and edit terrain models, contours and contour labels at user defined intervals. The modelling algorithm honours breaklines and boundaries defined in the project, while the number and size of terrain models supported is virtually unlimited. Terrain models can be intersected to create polygons of cut and fill areas, create lines of no cut / no fill where the terrain models intersect and to form a height difference model that can be used for creating a heat map.


Compute or enter 3D or 2D transformation parameters and transform coordinates between coordinate systems. Transformation parameters can be easily computed from coordinate pairs in different coordinate systems using the Least Squares principle. Transformations can be stored and recalled for later used.


Report on the computation of volumes and areas of cut / fill from terrain models. Includes the ability to compute ground or grid volumes if the project coordinates are on a projection. Volume methods include computing to a base plane or between two terrain models.