20cm Galileo HAS positioning

By on 31 July, 2023

Eos Positioning Systems has announced that its Arrow Gold+ GNSS receiver supports the free, new Galileo High-Accuracy (HAS) Initial Service correction service. This means that Arrow Gold+ users can achieve better than 20cm real-time accuracy with 95% confidence anywhere in the world.

During the Phase 1 Initial Service, field workers worldwide can expect a convergence time of less than 20 minutes. In Phase 2, which the European Space Agency currently estimates will go live as early as 2024, these times will drop to less than two minutes for Europe and less than five minutes for the rest of the world.

Current Arrow Gold+ customers can request a firmware upgrade to start using Galileo HAS for free.

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