Does your university or college require a GNSS receiver for student curriculum, research programs, or practical field applications such as archeology or facilities management? More and more educational institutions are choosing GNSS receivers from Eos Positioning Systems for all types of programs, ranging from archaeology and agriculture to drones, urban forestry and more. Whether you want to teach students how to collect accurate data in the field or maintain your own campus facility assets, we have a solution for you. Keep reading to see why educators, facility teams, and student researchers choose Eos GNSS receivers.
Variety of Accuracy Options
We offer a variety of GNSS receivers so you can achieve the exact accuracy you need, ranging from submeter to cm. Best of all, you’re never locked into a specific software or subscription.
Eos receivers support all iOS®, Android™ & Windows® devices. This means your instructors, students, and personnel can use their own devices to collect accurate data. Moreover, we offer a variety of field gear to support all mounting preferences.
Supports Any Software
Most universities use a diverse toolbox of software. Eos GNSS receivers are app agnostic, meaning they work with all third-party applications. Even if you don’t see your app listed on our website, we support it.
Browse Education Stories
See how education professionals are deploying Eos GNSS receivers in curriculum, research, and practical applications at schools worldwide.
As High Performing As You Are
Every dollar of your school’s budget counts. That’s why we’re proud to say our GNSS receivers are future-proof, rugged and waterproof, and easy to use even if you’ve never used a GPS receiver before. Even if you change out your mobile devices and software in the future, your Eos GNSS receiver will continue to work. Moreover, we guarantee each receiver with a two-year warranty, and customer support is available at no extra cost. If you’re ready to get started with Eos GNSS, contact us today to be connected to a local reseller who can guide you through your selection.
Educational Institutions Using Eos GNSS Receivers
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Even More Education GNSS Case Studies
Heritage at Risk: Documenting and Excavating Cultural Sites in Coastal South Carolina — Before They Are Lost Forever
Learn how the South Carolina Department of Natural Resources uses high-accuracy GNSS to excavate artifacts before they are lost to climate change.
Canada Students Determine the Health of 2,000 Street Trees
Students from Dalhousie University used the Arrow 100 for urban forestry. In just one weekend, students mapped over 2,000 trees on personal mobile devices.
CSU Monterey Bay Tackles High-Accuracy Campus Mapping
California State University-Monterey Bay increased positional accuracy for campus assets with the Arrow 200 for RTK elevation collection on Esri Collector.
Mapping Unmarked Graves at Indigenous Residential Schools
Sarah Beaulieu combines GPR and GNSS to locate grave locations at Indigenous Residential Schools across Canada.
What Educational Professionals Say About Eos
“Some students have never worked in a marine forest setting before. We can track their locations, and that brings us an element of safety.”
Archeologist, South Carolina Department of Natural Resources / South Carolina
“It has of course been an excellent experience for students not only from the internship experience but also the opportunity to work with municipal and experienced practitioners in the field of urban forestry. It prepares them for what they might end up doing after their master’s degree at Dalhousie.”
Ph.D Student (now graduated), Dalhousie University / Canada
“Because the question of the burials is such a contentious issue, everything must be done to the highest level of professionalism and accuracy. Even beyond that, because everything we are doing is being scrutinized.”
Assistant Professor in Anthropology and Sociology, University of the Fraser Valley / Canada
“I hope the partnership has been of tremendous value to the municipality not just because of the realized cost savings but because there are all kinds of research opportunities that have generated innumerable recommendations for them … It has spawned incredible opportunities for our students.”
Alumni, Dalhousie University / Canada