NavCom Technology Inc. (NCT) announced that it will introduce its new line of RTK and DGPS products at the 6th European Navigation Conference - Global Navigation Satellite Systems (ENC-GNSS) Symposium to be held in Copenhagen, Denmark, from the 27th – 30th May 2002.
Visitors to the conference will get a first look at NavCom’s (previously announced) survey quality RTK GPS sensors for the survey and machine control markets: the RT-3010S, RT-3020S and RT-3020M. In addition to these products that yield centimeter-level accuracies in real time, NavCom will unveil three new real-time receivers with geodetic level capabilities offering decimeter-level accuracies for the Geographic Information Systems (GIS) markets: the SF-2040G, SF-2050G and SF-2050M.
NavCom’s new series of GIS sensors utilize NCT’s StarFire Network on a subscription basis. The SF-2040G is an all-in-one, robust, and lightweight dual-frequency StarFire DGPS sensor tailored for pole-mount applications. The SF-2050G & SF-2050M are fully integrated StarFire DGPS sensors designed for backpack portability and vehicle mounting applications, respectively. The StarFire worldwide differential correction service is available anywhere on the Earth’s surface from 76Â¿N to 76Â¿S latitude.