Tersus GNSS launches three versions of High Precision GNSS Receivers

8 February 2018

Tersus GNSS Inc. introduces three new versions of high precision GNSS receivers: David, NeoRTK and MatrixRTK.

David is a GNSS receiver to cater the increasing needs of cost-efficient, ease-to-use, and lightweight survey tools. Working with external antenna, survey app and post-processing software, this GNSS survey receiver is ideal for survey applications, including RTK solution and data collection for PPK. The compact size, IP67 standard feature and external Bluetooth module bring convenience for survey field work.

Tersus David GNSS Survey Receiver

Xiaohua Wen, founder and CEO of Tersus GNSS: “Details on positioning, velocity and timing are driving growth in a wide array of applications, from drone, driverless automotive, precision agriculture to geolocation. However, those applications are not quite there in terms of accuracy and cost. Users expect high-precision and cost-efficient products in the market”.

MatrixRTK, GNSS Receiver for CORS

MatrixRTK is a high precision GNSS receiver. With choke ring antenna, MatrixRTK can improve the capability of anti-jamming and output high-quality RTK corrections, which is an ideal solution for CORS station. The built-in large capacity battery can support up to 24-hour field work. Rugged housing protects this GNSS equipment from harsh environments.

NeoRTK, GNSS Receiver

With multi-constellation and multi-frequency GNSS RTK board inside, NeoRTK GNSS receiver provides accurate and stable signal reception. With 16G internal storage (up to 32G external Micro SD) and large capacity battery, NeoRTK is able to support up to 10-hour field work. Tilt sensor and electronic bubble are integrated for tilt compensation. Working together with smart controllers [iHand 20 or T17M equipped with MicroSurvey-FieldGenius software], NeoRTK, the all-in-one survey solution, is ideal for static data collection, CORS support, construction survey and staking-out, etc. The whole NeoRTK system is an all-in-one survey solution.

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