Hemisphere GPS introduces the LX-2, a new second generation L-Band differential GPS OEM receiver board. The new LX-2 augments Hemisphere GPS' Crescent P100 and Eclipse P200 GPS receivers with OmniSTAR differential HP, XP or VBS signal support.
The MobileMapper 10 is the latest addition to its new line of GIS/GNSS smart data collectors. The MobileMapper 10 is a lightweight, low power and cost-effective mapping solution with real-time meter level accuracy.
Septentrio announces the AsteRx-m, a very low power GPS/GLONASS dual-frequency RTK receiver which is smaller than a credit card. The new board is aimed specifically at integration in hand-held devices, mobile computing platforms and other solutions requiring high accuracy combined with low power in applications where space is at a premium.
Spectra Precision introduced the EPOCH 50 GNSS system. The system uses highly accurate Global Positioning System (GPS) and GLONASS technology for cadastral, topographic, control, stakeout and other precision survey applications. The Spectra Precision EPOCH 50 GNSS system offers quality performance and reliability, while remaining a cost-effective investment.
Javad GNSS show of a new solution to GNSS positioning where GNSS reception is obscured: Positioning by means of tight integration of IMU and GPS receiver data.
Septentrio announces PolaRx4, a versatile multi-frequency high performance GNSS receiver providing network operators and scientific users with high-quality tracking and measurement of all available and upcoming GNSS signals.
Ashtech announced the release of version 3.5 firmware for the ProFlex 500 GNSS receiver that includes a powerful NTRIP Caster to enable surveyors, municipalities, mining, engineering and agricultural operations to easily implement and control their own very cost-effective and secure corrections network via NTRIP protocol. Ashtech dealers are also expected to take advantage of the new Caster feature to setup their own service network for their customers.
Topcon Precision Agriculture (TPA) announced that one of the most successful products in Topcon’s 77-year history – the HiPer series of satellite receivers – has been expanded to include a specialty receiver for the worldwide agriculture market. The HiPer AG is now available.
Starting 02:30 GMT on April 8, 2011 Javad GNSS tracked the first CDMA signals of GLONASS-K satellite on the L3 GLONASS band.
Trimble has entered into a definitive agreement to acquire privately-held Ashtech S.A.S., headquartered in Carquefou, France, and its affiliates. The acquisition is expected to expand Trimble's Spectra Precision® portfolio of survey solutions and allow the company to better address emerging markets worldwide. Closing of the transaction, anticipated in the second quarter, is subject to certain closing conditions. Financial terms were not disclosed.
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