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Get survey-grade corrections delivered via satellite, Trimble RTX is now accurate to 2 cm.

By on 3 September, 2018

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Trimble RTX™ GNSS corrections technology can now achieve horizontal accuracies of better than two centimeters with full accuracy in less than 15 minutes. This performance is achievable using Trimble’s premier correction service, CenterPoint® RTX. Trimble RTX provides unprecedented performance from a satellite-delivered correction source. In addition, corrections are available via an Internet or cellular connection, making it one of the most versatile services available today.

With satellite-delivered Trimble RTX corrections, users can perform a variety of positioning fieldwork in some of the most remote locations and receive high-accuracy positioning data. By simply powering on an RTX-capable receiver or display, and keeping a line of sight to the sky, customers can start working quickly with only a minimal convergence period.

Trimble’s RTX network is currently available throughout the world when using Trimble RTX compatible GNSS receivers.

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About Trimble RTX

Trimble RTX technology utilizes data from a global reference station network to compute high accuracy positions based on satellite orbit and clock information. Trimble RTX supports a suite of real-time correction services delivering a range of accuracies from better than 2 centimeter to sub-meter performance in as fast as one minute. Trimble RTX-based positioning innovations are available via convenient, easy to access satellite delivery or via IP/cellular communication, providing users with flexible options to obtain high-accuracy positions in nearly any work environment. Trimble RTX correction services are available throughout most of the world.

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