Trimble launches usage plans for Catalyst

By on 10 July, 2019

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Trimble has launched usage-based service plans for its Catalyst GNSS receiver for Android devices.

The announcement heralds a flexible payment model for organisations and individuals that may not need to use the high-accuracy GNSS service day-in, day-out.

Trimble Catalyst is a mobile GNSS receiver designed to be used with an app on Android-based phones and tablets.

Catalyst business development manager for Trimble, Gareth Gibson, said that the firm was looking to increase the availability of highly accurate positioning to new market segments.

“Catalyst On Demand is the same popular Trimble Catalyst positioning-as-a-service solution, but has been repackaged in a way that can suit customers needing more flexibility,” he said.

“Our goal is to put Trimble positioning technology into the hands of every spatially-enabled field worker. Catalyst On Demand will empower a new segment of users and make professional GNSS technology more accessible than ever before.”

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