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New Airborne LiDAR Series by CHC navigation

CHC Navigation have recently released the AlphaAir 140 and AlphaAir 2400 LiDAR systems. Both are very lightweight and compact airborne laser scanners that are easily installed on various UAV platforms or small survey aircraft and helicopters. They are ideally adapted to high-density point corridor mapping applications, day or night, under leaf-on and leafoff conditions or with dense vegetation to provide reliable results.

Septentrio GNSS receivers to support the CLAS

Septentrio has launched three new products: mosaic-CLAS, AsteRx-m3 CLAS and AsteRx SB3 CLAS, which support Japan’s high-accuracy Centimeter Level Augmentation Service (CLAS). These multi-frequency GNSS receivers support CLAS on a single device, thanks to the latest GNSS technology which receives the L6 signal, which transmits high-accuracy corrections from Japan’s QZSS constellation. www.septentrio.com

Hexagon helps electricity Company of Ghana

Hexagon’s Safety, Infrastructure & Geospatial division announced the successful deployment of an advanced utility geographic enterprise asset management system (EAM) for the Electricity Company of Ghana (ECG). This smart EAM, featuring Hexagon’s G/Technology, will allow ECG to plan, manage and efficiently operate its distribution network to meet the growing needs of 4.5 million customers.

The enterprise system from Hexagon unifies data from a variety of GIS, enabling bi-directional data flow with other systems based on Common Information Model (CIM) standard. The system enhances ECG’s ability to geographically reference and manage assets with integrated tools for data surveying, capture and maintenance and network planning and calculation. Mobile capabilities enable efficient inspections and maintenance, while a web portal assists employees with locating assets, reviewing the network and more.

Tallysman wireless adds XF feature to precision GNSS antennas

Tallysman recently added eXtended Filtering (XF) to its line of VeroStar® housed and embedded precision GNSS antennas. The XF feature is designed to mitigate interference from all nearband signals. The antennas provide low elevation angle tracking of the full GNSS spectrum and L-band correction signals. The wideband spherical antenna element enables the antennas to offer ±2 mm phase centre variation (PCV), making them well suited for high-precision marine, positioning and machine control applications.

New Geode GNS3 GNSS Receiver by Juniper Systems

Juniper Systems has introduced the allnew Geode GNS3 GNSS Receiver. It allows users to easily collect real-time GNSS data with sub-meter, sub-foot, and decimeter accuracy options – without the huge price tag or complexity of other precision receivers. This scalable platform allows users to purchase the level of accuracy they need now while having the option to increase accuracy in the future. www.junipersys.com

Tracking one million vehicles by 2025

One Step GPS has announced a new target of equipping 1 million vehicles with their GPS technology by 2025. The announcement comes just after receiving a place on the 2022 Inc 5000 Regionals Pacific list on March 15th. One Step GPS is channeling greater resources to become the first-choice GPS tracking software provider on the market, with keen focus on customer support. One Step GPS specializes in software that provides real-time, live tracking features for vehicles. www.onestepgps.com

Trimble and Infotech expand collaboration

Trimble and Infotech have an enhanced collaboration to improve the inspection process for civil infrastructure projects. Through the connection of Trimble Access field software and Infotech’s Appia service, the software integration streamlines the workflow from survey to construction to provide high-accuracy measurement workflows for daily work reports and inspection reporting for inspectors in engineering, construction and local public agencies. www.trimble.com

Hexagon acquires Innovatia Accelerator

Hexagon AB announced the acquisition of Innovatia Accelerator Inc., a developer of SaaS-based digitalization solutions that transform operations and modernize fieldwork in the manufacturing and process industries.

Innovatia Accelerator’s flagship solution, AcceleratorKMS, is an AIbased infield knowledge management platform that expedites the digital transformation of paper-based, highrisk operational procedures and work processes. It enables organizations to easily manage, govern and distribute the up-to-date critical operational content field workers require to keep operations running optimally and smoothly. www.hexagon.com

GatesAir to introduces timing and signal reference generator

GatesAir’s new timing and signal reference solution for broadcast and telecom facilities that speaks to modern navigation technologies used in secondgeneration GNSS. Its innovation, the Maxiva GNSS-PTP is a standalone 1RU solution with a sophisticated switching algorithm that assures high-precision 10MHz and 1 PPS reference signals to mission-critical components in the signal chain, including transmitters, networking, and studio equipment. Each GNSS-PTP device feeds up to twelve 10 MHz and 1 PPS references in the technology infrastructure, removing the need to integrate a standalone timing source in each component. This substantially reduces equipment costs and installation timelines while providing a single, yet highly redundant, point of failure for engineers. www.gatesair.com

P300 series GNSS tablet

ComNav Technology has released the P300 Series GNSS tablet to the global market. Based on the company’s K8 GNSS OEM platform, the highprecision in-cab Android rugged tablet brings innovative performance and ease of use to various operations in precision agriculture, autonomous driving, machine control and other industries. www.comnavtech.com

Interface between Vexcel’s AMC and IGI’s AEROcontrol GNSS/ IMU systems introduced

Vexcel Imaging and IGI announced the new interfacing of Vexcel’s Adaptive Motion Compensation (AMC) in combination with IGI’s industry-leading AEROcontrol GNSS/ IMU systems. Both companies worked together to enable the AMC advantage for customers who operate the UltraCam cameras together with IGI’s AEROcontrol and CCNS-5.

IGI AEROcontrol is a GNSS/IMU navigation system for the precise determination of the position and altitude of an airborne sensor and/or multiple sensors constellation. This can be the position of the projection center and the angles omega, phi, kappa of an aerial camera and/ or any other airborne sensors.

Vexcel’s AMC is an innovative motion compensation approach that in addition to correcting image blur in the direction of flight (the so-called Forward Motion Compensation or FMC) also addresses blur caused by multi-directional camera movements during the flight.

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