Future-proofing with GNSS

Chapter 2: New high precision receivers bring opportunities

Future-proofing with GNSS

New high precision receivers bring opportunities

It is well established that GNSS modernisation is exclusively subject to military, political and economic interests. GNSS has never been developed as rapidly as it is today. By 2020, the completion of four fullyfledged global navigation services should be secured, which will significantly improve the performance of compatible and intelligent GNSS receivers.

It is very difficult for GNSS users to get an overview of the complex nature of GNSS modernisation. How can they be sure their GNSS receivers will still be functioning optimally in five years’ time? The best case scenario would be a GNSS receiver, which would provide maximal flexibility when signal structures change.

Legacy Leica Geosystems GNSS receivers, which support future-proof technology, will be used optimally up to and beyond 2020. Many of the models currently available are already supporting Galileo and BeiDou.

Explore next chapter: New Leica Viva GS16 GNSS smart antennae future proofs business

Story: Future-proofing with GNSS
Chapter 1: Introduction
Chapter 2: New high precision receivers bring opportunities
Chapter 3: New Leica Viva GS16 GNSS smart antennae future proofs business
Chapter 4: Less can be more
Chapter 5: Increasing the stability of RTK correction data

Reporter 76

Download your own PDF edition of the "Reporter 76" here.

Contact Leica Geosystems

Find your Leica Geosystems contact for sales, support and technical service.