Tilt-compensated RTK GNSS receiver

By on 1 November, 2023

Emlid has announced what it says is the most powerful and flexible RTK GNSS receiver in its product line, the Reach RS3, available in Australia from www.mapgear.com.au.

Building on the capabilities of the RS2+, the RS3 features factory calibrated IMU tilt compensation for survey grade data acquisition in hard-to-reach locations, with accuracy of RTK + 2 mm + 0.3 mm/degree of tilt. Tilt compensation will be available in the Emlid Flow app, along with a new stakeout mode utilising IMU heading.

The Reach RS3 also has expanded UHF radio support — while continuing to work with LoRa, it now incorporates TrimTalk™ at 450 MHz, enabling users to receive corrections from third-party bases and external radios, and making integration with other GNSS brands and existing on-site infrastructure more flexible.

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