Internet connectivity in remote regions is spotty at best, and non-existent at worst. What if, in those regions, you require centimeter-level accuracy? Your choices are limited if you want real-time, accurate GNSS data. But you do have options. The Eos April 2018 issue feature article explains how Atlas Service helps.
How can you get high-accuracy data corrections in the world's most remote areas? In this article, Eos explains two options for obtaining remote high-accuracy data corrections. First, you can use an Arrow Series™ receiver with Atlas service, or you can use SafeRTK™ with Arrow Gold.
Are you ready to collect high-accuracy data in the field? This video walks you through each step of configuring Esri Collector for ArcGIS with your Arrow Series™ GNSS receiver and Eos Tools Pro for Android. You'll need your Android smartphone or tablet, web GIS, and Arrow receiver to get started.
If you’re ready to learn how to set up your own RTK base station with GNSS receivers, you’re in the right place! Eos has your complete guide to creating your own RTK base station If you’re researching how to set up your own RTK base station with GNSS receivers, chances are you already know some of
Just how can you set up your own RTK base station using GPS / GNSS receivers like the Arrow? In this article from the Eos February 2017 issue we'll show you how — and also what to look out for. Plus, you'll learn how to configure Collector for Windows.
Get started with Collector for ArcGIS. Learn how to create your ArcGIS Organizational account, build and share web maps, collect and edit features and attributes in Collector, and configure your Arrow Series™ GNSS receiver for high-accuracy location.
How can you get GPS sub-meter corrections for free? SBAS around the world provide free sub-meter corrections in real-time for high-performance GNSS receiver. In this article from the Eos January 2017 issue, we'll teach you everything you need to know to get started.
On December 31st, 2016, just before midnight, a positive leap second was inserted into the Coordinated Universal Time (UTC). This leap second added to GLONASS may have introduced disruption at the exact moment. Arrow Series™ receivers affected (e.g., Arrow 200, Arrow Gold) will automatically update a new almanac.