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Point One Navigation’s New Tags feature Makes Fleet-Level Positioning Simple for Device and System Developers

By Eric Van Rees - 12th June 2024 - 10:28

New Tags feature makes it easier to build and use positioning networks and systems for a wide range of applications including surveying, construction, AgTech, robotic device, drones and autonomous vehicles

San Francisco based Point One Navigation has launched powerful new features for their industry leading precise positioning Polaris network.

Companies that rely on positioning solutions at scale often face a logistical mess when it comes to deploying and managing their fleets of drones, rovers, or other satellite receivers. A day’s work may involve planning miles of underground pipelines in multiple locations or deploying several new groups of fleet vehicles to execute deliveries in a few new markets. It might require monitoring and adjusting the routes of drones across the country.

According to Mark Wilkerson, Point One Navigation’s Product Manager, “The most powerful aspect of our tagging system is that it fundamentally changes the way customers can integrate their systems with ours.”

With legacy precise positioning systems, the customer has to spend engineering time gathering vendor data, bringing it into the customer system, mapping that to customer data, and then building systems to keep that all in sync. This results in months of engineering effort and thousands of dollars in recurring infrastructure costs.

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