Centimeter-level precision single-band RTK GNSS receiver
For the purposes of surveying, mapping, and navigation.
There’s a smartphone app included.
The most user-friendly data collecting software
Thousands of coordinate systems are supported, and it is available in different languages. Set up a base station, log RINEX data, and configure NMEA output with ReachView 3.
Each position should be recorded as a point with centimeter-level precision.
Projects can be exported and opened in GIS or CAD software such as AutoCAD, ArcGIS, QGIS, and others.
WGS84, NAD83, GDA2020, and other coordinate systems are used.
Coordinate systems based on WGS84, NAD83, GDA2020, and others
Stakeout is a technique for determining the exact physical location of points.
They can be imported from other CAD or GIS applications or collected in ReachView.
Keep a track of the raw data, position, and base corrections.
RAW data point gathering and recording are separate operations that can be used at the same time.
For logging configuration and control, ReachView features a simple and clear interface.
Real-time position streaming in NMEA
Most GIS apps accept data in the standard NMEA format, which Reach delivers. Connect your device to Reach through Bluetooth or a cable, then enable “Position output” in ReachView.
Reach can turn on and off automatically
Reach can switch on and off in time with a connected external battery via RS-232.
When the power button is difficult to reach, this is useful.
For instance, if the receiver is mounted on the tractor’s roof.
NTRIP or another Reach as a base station
As a source of corrections, Reach RS+ requires a base station. In RTK and PPK, centimeter accuracy is a prerequisite. Another Reach RS+ receiver or an NTRIP service might serve as the base. VRS can also be used. Over any link, the Reach RS+ works flawlessly with other Reach receivers.
Input and output corrections
Interfaces: TCP, LoRa, Bluetooth, RS-232, NTRIP
Max distance from a base