Septentrio, a provider of high-precision GNSS positioning solutions, announced an expansion of their SECORX-S product line.
The multi-constellation multi-frequency GNSS receivers of the SECORX-S family offer a novel approach to GNSS positioning. They conveniently deliver sub-decimeter positioning right out of the box, without the need for any additional correction service subscription or maintenance. Users benefit from always-on high accuracy provided by a PPP-RTK correction service integrated directly into Septentrio’s latest core GNSS technology. The SECORX-S product line, already known to offer top-performance GNSS OEM boards, now also offers a compact mosaic-SxTM module as well as a ruggedized receiver in an IP68 chassis, AsteRx SB-SxTM .
“By launching the SECORX-S product family a few months ago we have taken a ground-breaking step towards easy-to-use and accessible high-accuracy positioning”, commented Francois Freulon, Head of Product Management at Septentrio. “Our SECORX-S product range now includes compact modules, versatile OEM boards as well as boxed receivers. With this expansion of the product family our customers now have the flexibility to choose from a wider range of receivers, the one which perfectly fits their needs.”
By adding modules and boxed receivers to the SECORX-S product line Septentrio brings its innovative approach of plug-and-play accurate positioning to industrial applications including precision agriculture, UAV, robotics and construction. Receivers of the SECORX-S family offer lifelong sub-decimeter accuracy in U.S. and Europe. The PPP-RTK correction service integrated in these receivers uniquely combines near-RTK accuracy with short convergence time. For more product details visit the SECORX-S product page or contact [email protected] To find out more about positioning correction services take a look at a recent insight article GNSS Corrections Demystified.
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