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The Arrow Gold’s Astute Accuracy

Tuesday, 13th November 2018

Capturing GNSS accuracy next to a building has always been tricky. The problem arises where the building is close to the point being recorded so that it blocks out the satellite signal resulting in a less accurate outcome.

The Arrow Gold, as tested by the MGISS team provides a solution to that.  We recorded a point right up against the building, shown in the picture below. The Arrow Gold had no problem at all with the building disrupting the satellite signal and got down to within half a centimetre despite the building blocking the receiver’s signal.

The Arrow Gold works with all apps that run on iOS, Android, and Windows devices. With support for all planned global satellite constellations as well as all planned signals. It is the first high-accuracy iOS, Android, and Windows Bluetooth GNSS receiver to implement all four global constellations (GPS, GLONASS, Galileo, BeiDou), three frequencies (L1, L2, L5) and satellite-based RTK augmentation.

Is getting an accurate position next to buildings one the restrictions you deal with? You can discuss it with one of our team. Just contact us here and we’ll be in touch.

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