GNSS technology provides much more than a latitude/longitude/height position. Learn about all our positioning and timing solutions and discover how we can help ensure your application's success
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Nullifies GPS jammers attempting to overpower the satellite signals used in the calculation of position

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Provides information about an object's orientation with respect to the horizontal plane and true north

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Calculates where an object is pointing with respect to true north. Also referred to as yaw in inertial navigation systems

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Integrity Monitoring and Augmentation

Integrity monitoring systems are used to detect changes or anomalies in satellite signal characteristics. Augmentation systems help to improve the accuracy, reliability and availability of GNSS data

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About Positioning

GNSS positioning anywhere in the world, any time of day at data rates up to 100 Hz. Measurements can be generated in real time or processed post-mission to achieve the highest level of accuracy

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Relative Positioning

Determines position or the horizontal and vertical distances relative to another object's location

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Smooth Positioning Trajectory

Smoothing of GNSS epoch to epoch data for applications such as auto steering that require a high level of pass-to-pass accuracy

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GNSS satellites provide the world's most precise and stable source of time measurements

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Provides speed and direction of an object as well as the relative speed of objects

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Interference Mitigation

Measures the RF spectrum levels and applies software filters to protect the GNSS measurement quality.