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About Us

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.

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Events

FIRA US

18 October 2022 until 20 October 2022
Fresno Convention Center, Fresno, United States
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Intergeo

18 October 2022 until 20 October 2022
Messe Essen, Essen, Germany
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BAUMA

24 October 2022 until 30 October 2022
Messe Münich, Münich, Germany
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RAUGM

30 October 2022 until 4 November 2022
Sheraton Buganvilias Hotel, Puerto Vallarta, Mexico
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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.

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Latest news

Septentrio GPS/GNSS now supports PX4 Autopilot

Latest GNSS boards and modules now support PX4 Autopilot for faster integration of high-accuracy positioning into UAVs and robots. Septentrio presents their latest integration at PX4 Developer Summit 2022 in Austin.

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Septentrio announces Peter Fairhurst as new VP of Sales

Septentrio announces Peter Fairhurst as new Vice President of Sales.

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Septentrio and CompoTEK announce collaboration

CompoTEK to distribute Septentrio’s mosaic™ multi-frequency GPS/GNSS modules, which deliver high-accuracy RTK positioning in a small form factor.

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OSNMA anti-spoofing technology now on PolaRx5 GNSS reference receivers

The latest anti-spoofing authentication mechanism from Galileo called OSNMA, is now part of Septentrio’s high-end reference stations

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Septentrio showcases its latest anti-jamming and anti-spoofing GPS/GNSS tech at JNC

Where science meets adventure. Two Belgian adventurers crossing Greenland on a triathlon including ski, kayak and a vertical rock climb. They have Septentrio’s AsteRx-SB GNSS receiver + Sepentrio PolaNt-x-MF GNSS antenna for the ride to collect valuable data for climate research in collaboration with the Royal Observatory of Belgium.

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