What is GNSS?

Earth: GNSSGNSS stands for global navigation satellite system and refers to a constellation of satellites, which provide signals from out of space for positioning. A GNSS has global coverage. There are several GNSS systems: GPS (United States of America), Glonass (Russian Federation), Galileo (Europe) and Beidou (China).

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Leica Announces True Tilt-compensating GNSS

Leica Geosystems has announced the Leica GS18 T, which it describes as the world’s fastest GNSS RTK rover and the first calibration-free tilt-compensating GNSS solution immune to magnetic disturbances. In a further expansion of the Leica ‘Captivate Experience’, the company is also... (read more)
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