Are you ready to collect high-accuracy data in the field via Bluetooth? This video walks you through how to pair your Arrow Series™ receiver with any iOS device using Bluetooth. To get started, just follow along with this video tutorial. You'll need your iPhone or iPad and Arrow receiver.
The Arrow Lite works where other GPS receivers don't. The Arrow Lite is a submeter GPS receiver that is 100 % Android, iOS, Windows compatible and also supports all mobile GIS softwares. You'll get 60 cm real-time accuracy using free SBAS. Learn more about Arrow Lite.
The Arrow 100 works with your smartphone, tablet, or notebook computer on any operating system, including Android, iOS, and Windows®, making it future proof. Contemplating switching from an iPhone to an Android phone or vice-versa? No problem, the Arrow 100 works smoothly with both. Key Features include full GNSS (GPS, GLONASS, Galileo, BeiDou) support, 60 cm real-time accuracy using free SBAS, support for all mobile GIS softwares, and support for Atlas™ H100 service. Learn more about Arrow 100.
The Arrow 200 is the world's first RTK receiver for every mobile device. The Arrow 200 provides 1 cm real-time accuracy on your Android, iOS, or Windows mobile device. That means you can use this receiver with any iPhone or Samsung Galaxy running TerraGo Edge, Esri Collector for iOS, or whatever app software you prefer, even AutoCAD 360! The Arrow 200 incorporates rock-solid, wireless Bluetooth technology with any device, making it future-proof and portable across platforms. More features include support for existing and future GNSS (GPS, GLONASS, Galileo, BeiDou) constellations, 1 cm RTK real-time accuracy, and support for Atlas H10, H30, and H100 services. The Arrow 200 is one of Eos' most popular receivers. Learn more.
Are you wondering which high-accuracy Arrow GNSS receiver is right for your project? Eos Positioning Systems offers a variety of high-accuracy GPS / GNSS receivers compatible with any type of mobile device. This Arrow series comparison chart was created to help professionals understand the differences between the Eos Arrow receivers and select the correct receiver for their unique workflow. Select your Arrow by comparing support for constellations, level of accuracy, SafeRTK features and more, based on your unique project needs.