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Tersus adds RTK-Based AutoSteer System to GNSS offerings

Started May 8 0 Replies

The AG960 AutoSteer System is an autopilot solution for agricultural machinery. By integrating high-precision navigation RTK receiver and…Continue

Reseller & Distributor Wanted

Started Feb 21 0 Replies

We are looking for value-added resellers and distributors for high-precision GNSS RTK business worldwide. A series of multi-constellation GNSS RTK boards and receivers have been developed to cater…Continue

Identify the Electronic Interfaces of a GNSS RTK Board

Started Apr 6, 2016 0 Replies

Generally speaking, a GNSS RTK board will provide various electronic interfaces for communication as below.…Continue

L1/L1L2 RTK Bundle for DIY UAVs, the one-stop package

Started Mar 29, 2016 0 Replies

Hey DIYers,What could you do with a GPS device that is accuracy to the centimeter level? And do you know what is the positioning precision of our L1/L1L2 RTK GPS boards? It depends on solution type.…Continue

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Tersus GNSS commented on Tersus GNSS's blog post GNSS-Aided Inertial Navigation System
"Thanks everyone for the input. Inertial Navigation System (INS) could be classified in terms of application scenarios and industries, thus, the price could range from a few hundred dollars to far higher. This INS-T-306 is more suitable for high…"
Jul 10
Rafael Mendy commented on Tersus GNSS's blog post GNSS-Aided Inertial Navigation System
"If the gyro specs ( 1 deg/hr bias instability ) was true, the price is not high. however, it's a little weird for a not well-known ins manufacturer. usually these specs is for tactical grade ins and almost all of them with fog based gyros. "
Jul 7
Pascal P. commented on Tersus GNSS's blog post GNSS-Aided Inertial Navigation System
"It is completely in-line with his market, which is definitely not DIY. A complete basic Lidar system for drone starts around 100.000 € and goes quickly up. It is roughly a Velodyne rotating laser (8.000 €) + GNSS + INS + acquisition part.…"
Jul 7
Marc Dornan commented on Tersus GNSS's blog post GNSS-Aided Inertial Navigation System
"It is a pro-grade device designed to sell alongside units from companies like Lockheed-Martin, I would guess. Even though it is not remotely DIY it is still more interesting to read about this than some of the inane general interest things that have…"
Jul 6
Ravi commented on Tersus GNSS's blog post GNSS-Aided Inertial Navigation System
"friends, they have right to demand whatever price they like. any flight controller hardware is useless unless it has a significant software support. they can only be achieved when a project is open source like pixhawk and APM and drone code. in open…"
Jul 6
Nikola Rabchevsky commented on Tersus GNSS's blog post GNSS-Aided Inertial Navigation System
"There is a certain degree of "you get what you pay for" in some products.  Sure, 9 DOF IMUs are dirt cheap these days but they either don't have any sensor fusion software to go with them or the software is crap.  I wasted…"
Jul 6
Pascal Fust commented on Tersus GNSS's blog post GNSS-Aided Inertial Navigation System
"Maybe a more restrictive selection of forum entries would help... "
Jul 6

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Hugues commented on Tersus GNSS's blog post GNSS-Aided Inertial Navigation System
"the component that cost that much ? I think it is called "industry agonizing dinosaur brand name" unable to face hardware that once was exclusive to them becoming a utility at quasi zero price, accessible to the general public…"
Jul 6
Tersus GNSS posted a blog post

GNSS-Aided Inertial Navigation System

The INS-T-306 is the advanced module that combines GPS L1/L2, GLONASS, BDS navigation and a high-performance strap-down system. It is capable of determining position, velocity and absolute orientation (heading, pitch and roll) for any device on which it is mounted. It aims at facilitating motionless and dynamic applications that…See More
Jul 5
Nick Zhu commented on Tersus GNSS's blog post Shutter Synchronization with PPS Signal
"Hi Roman, I woulod be very interested in your result if you will do a test, although the accuracy of RTK has been tested in many ways."
May 22
Nick Zhu commented on Tersus GNSS's blog post Shutter Synchronization with PPS Signal
"Hi Roman"
May 22
Roman commented on Tersus GNSS's blog post Shutter Synchronization with PPS Signal
"Hi Nik. I was thinking about comparing two tracks, GNSS and robotik total station:"
May 21
Nick Zhu commented on Tersus GNSS's blog post Shutter Synchronization with PPS Signal
"@Roman Hi Roman, do you mean a demo of real time kinematics of GNSS board? Please check if this video shows what you would like to see."
May 21
Roman commented on Tersus GNSS's blog post Shutter Synchronization with PPS Signal
"Interesting to see examples of the kinematics for the board. For example with a track for the movement of the robotic total station or move circle on the carousel."
May 21
Nick Zhu commented on Tersus GNSS's blog post Shutter Synchronization with PPS Signal
"@Roman Even Mark function is also there on board."
May 19
Tersus GNSS posted a blog post

Road test demo of BX306 GNSS RTK receiver with tree cover & tall buildings

Precis-BX306 is a GNSS RTK board (GPS L1L2/GLONASS G1G2/BDS B1B2) for accurate position. This board offers real-time & cm-level positioning capability and uses standard serial port module for communication. A special connector makes it easy to integrate to its host devices or autopilots.Take a look at its performance on the city streets with tree cover & tall buildings. Contact us: https://www.tersus-gnss.com/pages/contactSee More
May 15

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GNSS-Aided Inertial Navigation System

Posted on July 5, 2017 at 8:30pm 8 Comments

The INS-T-306 is the advanced module that combines GPS L1/L2, GLONASS, BDS navigation and a high-performance strap-down system. It is capable of determining position, velocity and absolute orientation…

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Road test demo of BX306 GNSS RTK receiver with tree cover & tall buildings

Posted on May 15, 2017 at 2:30am 0 Comments

Precis-BX306 is a GNSS RTK board (GPS L1L2/GLONASS G1G2/BDS B1B2) for accurate position. This board offers real-time & cm-level…

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Tersus GNSS Launches New Precis-BX306 RTK Board

Posted on April 26, 2017 at 9:00pm 1 Comment

We launched the brand new GNSS RTK Board, the Precis-BX306 to market in April. A series of other new products and…

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RTK GPS for Land Survey and Aerial Photography Service

Posted on March 17, 2017 at 8:30am 0 Comments

Precis RTK system is being used for some pretty cool stuff. Mr. Stephen Noble, owner of Drone Surveying, used Precis RTK boards to provide land survey and aerial photography service in Australia. By leveraging L1/L2 GPS frequencies for accuracy and reliability, when fixed in RTK or PPK mode, their equipment provides centimeter absolute accuracy.…

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