SmartNet North America Expands Capability with Support for Galileo and Beidou

SmartNet North America, the industry-leading, high-precision, high-availability network RTK correction service, has added support for the Galileo and BeiDou constellations, as well as the GPS-L5 signal, through investments in infrastructure and software. As a fully GNSS-capable network using GPS, GLONASS and now Galileo and BeiDou observations, SmartNet enables professionals to increase productivity when operating in environments with obstructions such as forest canopy or urban canyons.

Access to the Galileo and BeiDou constellations and GPS-L5 signals provides higher availability in difficult environments while improving the overall integrity of the solution. Professionals in surveying, construction, machine control, GIS and precision farming benefit from an open-standard service that can be used with any GNSS device and is constantly monitored for integrity, availability and accuracy.

SmartNet North America maintains more than 1,300 stations providing GNSS coverage in 44 states and eight provinces. The service covers 1 billion acres at more than 70% full GNSS capability.

“Fast, precise positioning is critical to improving productivity, and that requires increased satellite visibility,” said Wendy Watson, director of Reference Station Operations for Geosystems. “As a result of our expansion and sizeable investments in hardware to upgrade our infrastructure to GNSS, SmartNet North America continues to lead the way in being available to all users in any constellation.”

For more information about SmartNet, visit www.smartnetna.com or follow SmartNet North America on Twitter at @smartnet_na.

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