Septentrio expands 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 sales@septentrio.com. To find out more about positioning correction services take a look at a recent insight article GNSS Corrections Demystified.

Global Navigation Satellite System including the American GPS, European Galileo, Russian GLONASS, Chinese BeiDou, Japan’s QZSS and India’s NavIC. These satellite constellations broadcast positioning information to receivers which use it to calculate their absolute position.

**Typical lifetime is 5 year 

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