KOREC is delighted to announce that following a successful tender, it has supplied Ordnance Survey with fifty-five Trimble new generation Trimble Alloy GNSS Reference Receivers in support of OS Net. OS Net is Great Britain’s national global navigation satellite system (GNSS) infrastructure, operated by Ordnance Survey.
The Alloy units will be supported by KOREC for the duration of the five year contract.
The Trimble Alloy Reference Receiver is both future proof and the most technically advanced GNSS receiver available on the market today being compliant with GPS, GLONASS, Galileo, BeiDou, EGNOS, QZSS, IRNSS, SBAS and L-Band whilst the inclusion of dual Trimble Maxwell 7 chipsets combined with a powerful processor provides strong tracking and processing power. Additionally, with 672 channels, Alloy has the capacity to accommodate additional signals as they may become available, eliminating the need to replace hardware to keep pace with technology.
Mark Poveda, Commercial Director, KOREC, said “The next generation Trimble Alloy Reference Receiver will assist the Ordnance Survey in its plans to modernise its network. Users of OS Net can now receive signals from the widest range of constellations available enabling them to be more productive in the field and work effectively in challenging GNSS conditions. KOREC prides itself on a reputation for delivering cutting edge Trimble technology backed up by a high level of service and support and we believe that this combination has helped us to win the prestigious order with Ordnance Survey.”
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