Septentrio Team

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Septentrio designs, manufactures and sells highly accurate GPS/GNSS receivers, for demanding applications requiring accuracies in the decimeter or centimeter range, even under difficult conditions.



Mobile World Congres MWC - cancelled

24 February 2020 until 27 February 2020
Fira Gran Via, L'Hospitalet de Llobregat, Spain

Oceanology International

17 March 2020 until 19 March 2020
London Excel, London , United Kingdom


20 April 2020 until 23 April 2020
Hilton Portland Downtown, Portland, United States

Septentrio GNSS+ Technology

Learn more about the industry leading advanced interference monitoring and mitigation (AIM+) and anti-spoofing technology that comes standard on all our receivers.


Presentations & Technical Papers

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Latest news

Septentrio launches an online shop selling high-accuracy GNSS receivers modules

Septentrio’s new online shop offers direct access to mosaic, Septentrio’s most compact multi-frequency GNSS / GPS receiver. Customers can purchase the mosaic development kit quickly and easily to evaluate its unique highly accurate GNSS receiver module.


Septentrio mosaic GNSS module enables high-accuracy localization in NXP’s V2X solution

Compact multi-frequency GPS/GNSS receiver module mosaic provides robust cm-level positioning for advanced driver assistance systems (ADAS).


Septentrio and Analog Devices Collaborate to Create Top-Performance GNSS/INS Solutions

Analog Devices and Septentrio collaborate to provide customers with easy access to optimized integrated GPS inertial solutions, leveraging the expertise of Septentrio in reliable and accurate GPS with the advanced IMU technology from Analog Devices.


Septentrio PPK gets a boost with BaseFinder

Septentrio Post-Processing Kinematic (PPK) software has been upgraded with multi-GNSS and BaseFinder functionality. BaseFinder improves project efficiency by automatically finding the most suitable reference station data needed for centimeter-level accuracy.


Septentrio and CORE announce a GNSS receiver which uses Japan’s CLAS centimeter-level service

Septentrio and CORE partner up to develop a GPS/GNSS receiver which will make use of Japan’s Centimeter Level Augmentation Service (CLAS). CLAS corrections are broadcast directly via QZSS constellation to enable high-accuracy positioning across Japan.