Ntrip server mode: use David GNSS receiver to create a base station. This temporary base or CORS are for surveying, agriculture, UAV, machine control, and so on. It is also ideal for deformation monitoring.
The Tersus GeoBee is a dedicated and cost-effective solution to transmit or receive Ntrip corrections. With Tersus Ntrip…Continue
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Tersus GNSS Easy Kits
We have BX306 GNSS Kits and BX316 GNSS Kits (with heading function) for customers.
1. The BX306 is a cost-efficient GNSS RTK board for cm-level positioning and providing accurate raw measurement output, which can be integrated with autopilots and inertial navigation units. The BX306 board…Continue
Tersus RTK/PPK OEM Board
1. BX306 RTK BOARD Supports GPS L1/L2, GLONASS L1/L2, and BeiDou B1/B2.Supports in-built 4GB memory, which makes data collection easy.Up to 20Hz RTK solution and raw data output.Supports 384…Continue
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Tersus UAV PPK Solution with Base Station
Tersus UAV PPK solution includes BX316R PPK Receiver, AX3705 Helix Antenna and Tersus GeoPix Software. BX316R PPK Receiver supports multi-constellations and dual-frequencies. It has in-built 4G memory for GNSS observation data recoding. Very small and light…Continue
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Tersus UAV PPK solution is coming.
Tersus UAV PPK solution includes BX316R PPK Receiver, AX3705 Helix…Continue
To ensure the stable supply of electricity, regular inspection and maintenance of the installations are important and essential. In the past, this kind of inspection work in China are mainly finished by…Continue
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Recently we've finished testing of BX306 GNSS RTK Board for plant protection UAV in China. Our customer choose one BX306 board as Base and two BX306 boards as Rover in UAV. They mainly test the RTL(Return to Launch) function this time, the difference of…Continue
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