Trimble Advance Positioning’s Alloy GNSS reference receiver is ready to take on the requirements of any real-time network (RTN), according to the manufacturer. It can also be used as a Continuously Operating Reference Station (CORS) receiver, scientific reference station, a campaign receiver for post-processing or portable base station receiver for real-time kinematic (RTK) applications.

The Trimble Alloy offers:

  • 672 channels and dual Maxwell 7 chipsets, allowing users to track and log all current and future GNSS constellations.
  • Stackable design so users can organize multiple units for deployment.
  • Configurable alerts 24/7. Trimble Sentry technology automatically emails notification of any changes to the receiver, from position to system access events.

Alloy is available through dealers in the U.S., Canada, European Union, Japan, Australia and New Zealand. Alloy will become fully available worldwide later in 2018.