Australia and New Zealand can count themselves as the newest members of nations investing in, and gaining from, Satellite Based Augmentation Systems (SBAS) services. A fully operational SBAS has been approved, following the success of a 2-year testbed. Discover what makes the new SBAS unique and what to expect in 2020.
(Guest post by Eldar Rubinov, SBAS Technical Manager, FrontierSI)
Using the Australian-New Zealand SBAS testbed with an Eos Arrow 100 GNSS receiver, Page Bloomer staff were able to correctly locate items of interest within 350 mm (about 35cm), even in orchards in full leaf.
Esri Case Study
Vélo Québec wanted an easy-to-use, highly accurate, and compact field data collection solution. It selected ArcGIS QuickCapture and Arrow 100.
Join Brisbane’s Hema Maps, Esri Australia and Eos as they explain how Collector for ArcGIS and the Arrow 100 GNSS receiver efficiently capture tourist information along outback roads and tracks. (Dec. 12)
For fieldwork requiring high accuracy and reliable QC control, a professional-grade or high-accuracy GPS receiver is “usually the best option”. Here is a helpful Esri guide! (Photo: Ports of Auckland)
From GPS World: “The upcoming NGS 2022 datum change … has quietly created a groundswell of questions.” This article focuses on the actual coordinate systems. (Image: National Geodetic Survey)
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