(LONDON) — Hemisphere GNSS has introduced the Vector V1000 GNSS receiver, which provides high-accuracy heading, position, pitch, roll, and heave data. The V1000 supports multi-frequency GPS, GLONASS, BeiDou, Galileo, QZSS, and IRNSS (with future firmware upgrade and activation) for simultaneous satellite tracking. The V1000 is powered by Hemisphere’s Athena RTK engine and is Atlas L-band capable.
The new V1000 is designed for professional marine applications, such as hydrographic and bathymetric surveys, dredging, oil platform positioning, buoys, and other applications that demand 3D positioning accuracies. Based on Hemisphere’s Eclipse Vector technology, the V1000 uses the most accurate differential corrections including RTK and Atlas L-band (8 cm 95 percent).
The V1000 is Hemisphere’s flagship receiver, with an integrated display, that can be conveniently installed near the operator. The two antennas can be installed at user-specified separation, providing valuable flexibility in terms of install locations and desired heading accuracy. The V1000 has heading accuracy of better than 0.01 degree when using a 10 m antenna separation. With CAN, Serial, Bluetooth, Wi-Fi, and Ethernet support and flexible installation, the all-new rugged enclosure allows the V1000 to work reliably in harsh environments.
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