JAVAD GNSS Launches 864-Channel RTK Land Survey ‘Machine’

JAVAD GNSS Launches 864-Channel RTK Land Survey ‘Machine’

JAVAD GNSS has introduced the Triumph-LS, a complete real-time kinematic survey system including an 864-channel receiver capable of receiving and processing all available GNSS signals, antenna, radio modem, controller, and collapsible pole. The receiver is based on JAVAD GNSS’s new Triumph 2 chip.
 

JAVAD GNSS has introduced the Triumph-LS, a complete real-time kinematic survey system including an 864-channel receiver capable of receiving and processing all available GNSS signals, antenna, radio modem, controller, and collapsible pole. The receiver is based on JAVAD GNSS’s new Triumph 2 chip.
 
The system runs on a chip that includes three microprocessors and six parallel RTK engines, with 24 MB of memory and up to 100 channels that can be used to scan GNSS bands for interference. Other new features include the capability to perform offset surveys with photogrammetry using either the Triumph-LS system’s internal camera or an external camera. Survey or GIS stakeout can be accomplished using the unit to navigate visually to stake locations with the aid of the internal camera.
 
According to the company, three channels are typically allocated to each satellite signal to provide redundancy and improve reliability and accuracy, but the flexible operating system can be user configured as desired. The 2.5-kilogram system can operate for up to 25 hours in RTK rover mode with full-screen brightness.

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