Eos Positioning Systems, Inc.
Eos – Definition
Ēōs, pronounced [ɛːɔ̌ːs] or [héɔːs]; Greek Mythology – the ancient goddess of the dawn, identified by the Romans with Aurora. English translation: Dawn.
Eos means the beginning of a new day.
Eos designs and manufactures the world’s premier, high-accuracy GNSS receivers for the BYOD (Bring Your Own Device) market. We offer extensive support for connecting our Bluetooth submeter, subfoot and RTK GPS / GNSS receivers to iOS, Android, Windows, and Windows Mobile devices. Our free software utilities and SDK support for all mobile device operating systems allows users to smoothly integrate our GNSS receivers into their mobile GIS workflow.
A little bit of history…
Our technical team pioneered the BYOD (Bring Your Own Device) high-precision Bluetooth GPS / GNSS market more than a decade ago when they designed the SXBlue product line, the first high-performance, submeter Bluetooth GNSS receiver in the world. They followed by designing the entire range of SXBlue receivers including RTK, LBand (Omnistar), Beacon receivers for the GIS, mapping, surveying, and marine market segments. In 2012, they designed the first Apple iOS-certified submeter receiver in the world, the iSXBlue II GNSS.
In early 2014, this same team founded Eos Positioning Systems to design the next generation high-performance Bluetooth receivers, the Arrow Series, which includes the world’s first Apple approved iOS RTK GNSS receiver capable of real-time centimeter accuracy, the Arrow 200. The team continues to push the design envelope in developing some of the most advanced high-precision GNSS receivers for the BYOD (Bring Your Own Device) users, offering universal Bluetooth compatibility with iOS, Android, Windows 7/8/10, Windows Mobile.
The Arrow Series product line by Eos Positioning Systems
sets a new standard for high-accuracy Bluetooth receivers in supporting multi-constellation (GPS, GLONASS, Galileo, BeiDou, QZSS), universal Bluetooth (iOS, Android, Windows) and variable range Bluetooth (up to 1 kilometer) in addition to being lighter and more affordable than any high-accuracy Bluetooth receiver available on the market today.