Friday, 18 April 2014

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CHC X900CHC today announced the availability of X900+ GNSS receiver (pronounced “X900 Plus”) bringing the future proof GNSS tracking technology to surveyors without the conventional cost associated with GNSS solutions. The X900+ GNSS combines advanced 120-channel GNSS technology (GPS, GLONASS, Galileo and Compass) and state-of-the-art RTK reliability and accuracy for either traditional base + rover configuration and RTK networks thanks to its flexible GPRS and UHF communication systems.
STONEX Europe launches the new S7 series GPS/GNSS receivers that combine the modern positioning technology and versatility of a powerful handheld, perfect for collecting geographic data and the realization of fast and accurate measurements.
TeeJet Technologies is pleased to announce the availability of a new line of high-precision GNSS receivers for use in the most demanding ag applications. Both receivers utilize an integrated receiver and antenna packaged in a single, rugged enclosure for easy installation and long-term durability. These receivers are ideal for applications requiring high levels of accuracy such as strip-tillage, controlled traffic patterns and high-precision auto-steer.
Hemisphere GPS introduces the affordable A325 GNSS Smart Antenna. This new design incorporates professional-level centimeter and sub-meter positioning accuracy powered by Hemisphere GPS' Eclipse receiver technology and includes L-band and Bluetooth communications support. A325 is a great fit for a variety of applications including agriculture, construction, straddle carriers, robotics, marine, survey, and GIS.
CHC introduces the LT400, a compact, rugged and cost-effective handheld submeter real-time GPS receiver for GIS and Mapping Professionals. The LT400 is the ideal GIS hardware solution ready for use with third-party GIS software applications answering to a wide range of applications such as forestry, utilities and agriculture…

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