Bridging the Gap – Devices & GNSS

By on 2 February, 2022

While there are still devices incompatible with iOS, Eos Positioning Systems (Eos) continues to innovate, releasing the all-new Eos Bridge.

This remarkable 150-gram, pocket-sized device makes it easier to connect to almost any external instrument. The Eos Bridge offers various connectivity methods for as many devices as possible: first method, connection of non-iOS Bluetooth to Apple iOS devices; and second method, connection of instruments with serial ports to iOS, Android and Windows devices via Bluetooth.

Whether you work with iOS or non-iOS devices, you can work seamlessly with the available Eos Bridge accessories. The Eos Bridge can be clipped to a belt, mounted to an instrument or placed inside your pocket. But notwithstanding its light weight, it is also powerful — from 48 to 72 hours of battery use.

4D Global is the authorised distributor of Eos Arrow series in Australia. Peter Terrett, the Director of 4D Global, is a subject matter expert on GNSS/GPS with more than 35 years of experience in the industry. For more information and enquiries, contact:

4D Global Pty Ltd

Suite 22/2 Enterprise Drive

Bundoora  VIC  3083

Australia

https://www.4dglobal.com.au/

+61 (03) 9466 5255

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