Emlid launches Caster, free NTRIP casting service

By on 25 January, 2021

Emlid has launched a free NTRIP casting service for passing corrections between RTK GNSS receivers.

Material released by Emlid states that its new Caster service features a simple interface, and allows users of RTK receivers with NTRIP support to set up a personal RTK mount point.

Caster supports one base and up to five rovers simultaneously, with NTRIP credentials automatically generated for base and rovers.

The Caster service is free for life, and can be used to set up Emlid’s Reach RS2 as a base station for DJI’s Phantom 4 RTK.

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