Articles Tagged with ''GNSS''

Trimble & Kyivstar Partner to Provide GNSS Correction Services

Available to users as an annual subscription service, the new network will be built using Trimble’s hardware and software positioning technology, which provides customers with easy and reliable high accuracy real-time or post-processed GNSS corrections data for agriculture, construction, geospatial, Internet of Things (IoT) and other commercial operations.
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Democratizing Precision Agriculture with GNSS and Other Tech

Once only accessible to large commercial farms, technological innovation is beginning to bring the benefits of precision agriculture to everyone else.
In this article from GPS World, Nabeel Khan writes, "Change is in the air. Over the past few years, the popularization of the internet of things (IoT) and its underlying technologies has led to the development of a new and more affordable generation of precision farming solutions."
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DigiFarm VBN Announces Supplier Agreement with AGCO

DigiFarm VBN, an agricultural technology company, announces it has signed a supplier agreement with AGCO Corporation, a world-leading manufacturer and distributor of agricultural equipment solutions. The supplier agreement will offer DigiFarm VBN cellular hardware and GNSS corrections for all models of agriculture GNSS receivers through Challenger, Fendt and Massey Ferguson dealers in North America.
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NovAtel Introduces RTK Assist Service

NovAtel Inc.introduced its RTK ASSIST service, a subscription-based service that provides users with satellite-delivered correction data to seamlessly continue centimetre-level accuracy during Real Time Kinematic (RTK) correction outages caused by communication disruptions.
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Evolution of GPS Guides More Precise Paybacks

Accurate Global Navigation Satellite System (GNSS) sources are important in several aspects of production agriculture today. This technology was the driver for the development of variable-rate application (VRA) of crop inputs and seed. The process started by collecting GPS reference soil samples that lead to the creation of VRA fertilizer application maps. Now, farmers and service providers have the ability to create VRA maps for almost every product applied during the growing season.
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