GNSS use cases from our customers around the world
For over two decades Septentrio receivers have been providing reliable high accuracy positioning in some of the world’s most demanding environments. They are detecting ice movement in Antarctica; they are part of leading machine control systems in northern Europe; they provide positioning corrections for vehicle autonomy as reference stations around the globe. The demand for high accuracy positioning has placed our receivers in countless situations and inside some of the most innovative applications. Below you will find some examples of customers using our GNSS positioning solutions.
Saving costs by completing construction projects on time in some of the most challenging environments.
Machine control/ Construction
Learn how DigPilot’s client Volda Maskin was able to construct the E39 highway on the West Coast of Norway despite rugged mountainous terrain and a rock wall, partially blocking GNSS signals.
Autonomous driving and weeding, a reality on today’s farms
Meet TREKTOR from Sitia, an autonomous hybrid robot that works tirelessly to weed the organic vineyard producing some of the finest French Gamay wine called Anjou Gamay Village.
How the mosaic-X5 module provides resilient nanosecond timing to critical applications
With mosaic, Jackson Labs Technologies designed a unique secure PNT solution, taking advantages of AIM+, the latest GNSS anti-jamming and anti-spoofing technology.
Fully autonomous tractor uses mosaic-X5 for reliable positioning and navigation
Meet RenuBot, the flexible electrical tractor robot from Renu Robotics, that cuts operating costs in a sustainable way.
mosaic-X5 enabling compact high-performance components for UAVs
Find out why Hitec selected mosaic as a positioning solution for its cutting-edge components designed for photogrammetry and other drone applications.
Great Britain’s national CORS network OS-UK chooses PolaRx5
PolaRx5 receivers track all available GNSS constellations and offer unmatched interference resilience to deliver top quality measurements in the CORS network of Ordnance Survey, Great Britain’s national mapping agency.
Monitoring active volcanoes with accurate reference stations
Read all about how the Royal Netherlands Meteorological Institute (KNMI) uses an advanced network of reference receivers to monitor seismic volcanic activity on the Dutch Caribbean islands.