Trimble introduces MPS566 Modular GNSS heading receiver
Trimble has announced its next generation Global Navigation Satellite System (GNSS) receiver for marine construction and drilling and piling operations—the Trimble MPS566 Modular GNSS heading receiver. With built-in dual GNSS antenna ports and constellation-agnostic Trimble ProPoint™ technology, the MPS566 delivers highly accurate positions and orientation for work that demands precise heading. With a ruggedized and compact form factor, the MPS566 consumes low power and has minimal cabling, all benefits when installation space is at a premium.
With multiple options for real-time GNSS corrections including Trimble CenterPoint RTX, the MPS566 receiver delivers varying levels of precision down to centimeter level. The MPS566 includes an integrated 4G/LTE cellular modem, making it easier to use base-station-free IBSS/VRS on site and communicate with the receiver via the internet. The receiver can also be used as an internet gateway for file transfer—including construction design files—and remote support, saving time and money.