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Septentrio and Point One Navigation Partner for Autonomous Vehicle Demos During CES 2019

The future of high-accuracy localization in autonomous vehicles

San Francisco and Leuven, Belgium - 12 December 2018 - Septentrio, a leader in high-precision GNSS technology, is pleased to partner with Point One Navigation, a provider of precise location as a service, for autonomous vehicle demonstrations during CES 2019 in Las Vegas.  Invitees will be able to ride in a fully autonomous demonstration vehicle that incorporates technology from both companies and to meet directly with technical experts.


Septentrio boosts its portfolio with mosaic GNSS module

Leuven, Belgium – 30 November 2018 – Septentrio announced today the launch of the mosaicTM high precision GNSS receiver module. Small in size, but huge in performance, this uncompromising module sets a new benchmark for the mass market positioning building blocks.


Sweden’s National Land Survey selects Septentrio’s PolaRx5

Leuven, Belgium – 19 November 2018 – The National Land Survey (or “Lantmäteriet”) of Sweden awarded Septentrio a tender to supply its geodetic-quality PolaRx5 reference receivers. The PolaRx5 will be installed as an upgrade of a significant part of the National Land Survey’s permanent reference station network ‘SWEPOS’ that today consists of more than 400 CORS.


Septentrio announces today the addition of the AsteRx-i S to its GNSS/INS product portfolio.

The AsteRx-i S combines Septentrio’s compact, multi-frequency multi-constellation GNSS engine with ultralight external industrial grade MEMS based IMU. Calibrated for wide temperature ranges, the AsteRx-i S delivers accurate and reliable GNSS/IMU integrated positioning to the cm-level as well as full attitude at high update rates and low latency.


Septentrio concludes a distributor agreement with Marubun Corporation

Septentrio, a leading global supplier of high-accuracy GNSS receivers for demanding applications, and Marubun, a leading Japanese electronics trading company, have concluded a distribution agreement for the Japanese market.