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Septentrio launches the AsteRx-m2a and AsteRx-m2a UAS at Commercial UAV Expo

Leuven, Belgium – 23 October 2017 – Septentrio is delighted to announce the arrival of the AsteRx-m2a and AsteRx-m2a UAS GNSS OEM engines which will be showcased from tomorrow in Las Vegas, Nevada at Commercial UAV 2017.

These two new OEM boards bring the latest in precise and reliable multi-frequency, all-in-view RTK positioning and heading to the market along with unmatched interference technology all for the lowest power consumption of any comparable product on the market today.     


Septentrio unveils the new Altus NR3 at InterGEO

Leuven, Belgium – 26 September 2017 – Septentrio is delighted to announce the arrival of the Altus NR3: a multi-frequency, quad-constellation (GPS, GLONASS, BeiDou and Galileo) RTK receiver for survey and GIS applications. The Altus NR3 features Septentrio’s pioneering AIM+ interference mitigation and monitoring system allowing continued operation in the presence of both intentional and non-intentional interference. The Altus NR3 combines advanced GNSS features with a robust communications suite together in one compact, low-power and easy-to-use unit.   


First recording of scintillation on Galileo signals in Antarctica made by Septentrio’s PolaRx5

Leuven, Belgium – 3 July 2017 – At the end of last year, the DemoGRAPE consortium observed for the first time ever, ionospheric scintillations on Galileo signals in Antarctica, using Septentrio’s PolaRx5S GNSS reference receiver. 


Septentrio awards KUL Ecochallenge team as winners of the Special Septentrio Galileo Masters (Flanders Challenge) for the most innovative use of high precision GNSS positioning

Leuven, Belgium – 19 June 2017 – Septentrio, a leading designer and manufacturer of GNSS solutions, recently awarded the KU Leuven Ecochallenge team – the winners of the Galileo Masters (Flanders Challenge) of the European Satellite Navigation Competition (ESNC) – a special prize of the AsteRx-m UAS receiver for their proposal to use high-precision high-reliability Galileo receivers to modernise inland waterway transport by introducing autonomous technology for the vessels.


Septentrio introduces the 4.2 firmware delivering greater performance, security and functionality

Leuven, Belgium – 15 June 2017 – Septentrio, a leading provider of GNSS solutions announces the release of the 4.2 firmware for the AsteRx4, AsteRx-U and the newly launched AsteRx-m2. The 4.2 firmware brings higher output rates, low and constant latency, support for TerraStar-C and a built-in NTRIP caster.