Versatile GNSS smart antenna

By on 28 February, 2024
The Leica iCON gps 160 GNSS smart antenna.

Leica Geosystems has released the iCON gps 160 GNSS smart antenna (available through C.R. Kennedy), which can be used as a base station, a rover or for machine guidance, and is designed to provide versatility for the construction industry.

The unit features a large colour display and a quick setup without the need for extra hardware, plus tilt compensation of up to 20 degrees (along with an optionally available IMU to further increase efficiency with tilt-compensation).

Other features include SmartLink Fill, which bridges interruptions in the RTK connection signal for up to 10 minutes; an integrated global modem; integration with Leica iCON field solutions; and IP66/IP67 protection.

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