Harxon Releases New GNSS RTK Rover

Harxon, a China-based developer of GNSS antennas, wireless data transmission products, and satellite communication products has introduced the HX-DU1603D, an advanced high-speed Bluetooth enabled wireless data link that is designed for GNSS/RTK surveying and precise positioning. The HX-DU1603D is a lightweight, ruggedized UHF receiver designed for digital radio communications between 410 and 470MHz in either 12.5 or 25kHz channels, which can be widely used in GNSS/RTK surveying and GNSS precise positioning systems. The HX-DU1603D is equipped with a Bluetooth transceiver for cable-free communications with external devices.  It features an internal, rechargeable battery for ease of use and portability that allows... (read more)
2016-04-25 09:29:29

North Country Surveyors Warm-up to RTK

Along the border between extreme northern Maine and western New Brunswick, Canada, two surveyors, one Canadian and one American, have found a way to survey in the region's challenging conditions: using RTK. Faced with fewer control monuments, many lying beneath a cover of snow much of the year, limited cell-phone coverage; rugged terrain and UHF transmission limitations - the two men were led to the Ashtech Professional ProMark 500 RTK solution. Michael Cyr, owner of Northern Maine Surveyors in Madawaska, ME, USA, works across the St. John River border from Gaetan Soucy, proprietor of Arpentages Gaetan Soucy. Both are in... (read more)
2010-03-16 09:47:39

MAX Industry Standard for Network RTK

The Master-Auxiliary Concept, jointly proposed and put forward by Leica Geosystems (Switzerland) and other members of the Radio Technical Commission for Maritime Services (RTCM), has been accepted as the basis of the RTCM V3.1 network messages – the first industry standard for Network RTK. During the RTCM SC104 meeting in May 2006, the proposed network RTK messages for RTCM V3 were finally approved and the decision taken to release them in the next update of RTCM – Version 3.1. The formal release of RTCM V3.1 is expected imminently, once editorial changes to the documentation are finalised. The RTCM V3.1 network... (read more)
2006-08-28 12:00:00

CHC Navigation Introduces New GNSS RTK Solution

CHC Navigation has announced the immediate availability of its new i50 GNSS receiver, an all-in-one GNSS RTK solution. Bundled with CHC HCE320 Android controller and CHC LandStar 7 field data collection software, the i50 GNSS receiver provides an effective solution for topographic and construction positioning tasks in land surveying, small and medium-size construction projects and precision GIS data collection. The i50 GNSS is designed to match the demand of cost-conscious yet demanding professionals searching for one all-in-one GNSS RTK survey solution, said Hans Huang, product manager of GNSS Solutions for CHC Navigation. By integrating field proven GNSS positioning and communication... (read more)
2018-12-13 09:20:19

GNSS Real-time Kinematic RTK Board with Heading

GNSS Real-time Kinematic RTK Board with Heading (read more)
2018-05-25 09:53:09

SimActive Used to Validate Accuracy of DJI Phantom 4 RTK

SimActive, a Canadian deveoper of photogrammetry software, has announced that Correlator3D is being used in Japan for mapping projects acquired by the DJI Phantom 4 RTK. A full-scale validation was done in the mountains near Hiroshima with a unit flown by SimActive's Japanese partner Mirukuru and customer Ace-1. “Considering that the data was acquired and processed directly in the field in record time, the level of detail that is visible and measurable in Correlator3D is stunning,” said Mr Shinji Inaba, technical manager at Mirukuru.“We had independently set up five checkpoints and the residuals are consistently in the 5cm range, both... (read more)
2019-08-07 10:21:49

Supergeo and DataGNSS Join Forces to Provide RTK Solution

Directors of DataGNSS, a professional GNSS RTK device manufacturer, visited Supergeo’s headquarters at the beginning of December 2017. During the meeting, Supergeo and DataGNSS reached a consensus on collaboration in future product development and marketing. Headquartered in Hong Kong, DataGNSS is a company focused on developing and manufacturing high-precision handheld RTK devices at a reasonable price. Aiming at the market of asset inspection and GIS data collection, DataGNSS provides Android-based and Windows-based mobile devices with RTK technique, like its D302-RTK and D402-RTK model. In the future, the Android devices made by DataGNSS will be equipped with SuperSurv 10 to provide... (read more)
2018-01-08 11:48:02

SXBlue GPS L1/L2 RTK Receiver

Geneq has launched an ultra-small SXBlue GPS L1/L2 dual-frequency GPS RTK receiver for high accuracy positioning. One of the smallest dual-frequency RTK GPS receivers in the world, weighing only 268g (~1/2 lb) and having dimensions of 11.26cm x 8.54cm x 3.53cm (4.43" x 3.36" x 1.39"), the SXBlue L1/L2 GPS is designed to be mounted on vehicles and use the vehicle power for machine control applications such as agriculture, mining, construction and other high-precision applications. With a long-range Class 1 Bluetooth implementation capable of distances of up to 100 metres (300 feet) and RS-232 interface port, the SXBlue L1/L2 GPS... (read more)
2011-02-28 10:03:50

Hemisphere GNSS Debuts RTK Base & Rover and Site Management Software

At CONEXPO-CON/AGG 2017, Hemisphere GNSS introduced the C321 GNSS Smart Antenna and SiteMetrix Site Management Software. When paired with SiteMetrix, the next-generation multi-frequency, multi-GNSS C321 antenna can be used as an all-in-one construction base and rover site controller. Designed specifically for harsh construction environments, C321 adds another system component and empowers heavy equipment manufacturers to deliver their own machine control and guidance solutions to their customers. The all-new C321 combines Hemisphere’s Athena GNSS engine and Atlas L-band correction technologies with a completely new webUI. The ruggedized antenna is designed for the most challenging environments and meets IP67-standard requirements. Powered by... (read more)
2017-03-09 10:04:18
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