u-blox GNSS Module Used in Trackable Pallet - Inside GNSS

u-blox GNSS Module Used in Trackable Pallet

Thalwil, Switzerland-based u-blox has announced that Nikken Lease is
using the company’s GNSS module, EVA-7M, for its new trackable pallet
called Transeeker. The unit also incorporates u-blox’ LISA-U200-62
cellular module, with CellLocate hybrid positioning technology that
works with GPS data, the company said.

Nikken Lease offers customers in Japan the GNSS-enabled Transeeker
pallet as part of a rental service. Made of plastic, the pallets are
reusable to offer an ecological alternative to the wooden counterpart,
the company said.

Thalwil, Switzerland-based u-blox has announced that Nikken Lease is
using the company’s GNSS module, EVA-7M, for its new trackable pallet
called Transeeker. The unit also incorporates u-blox’ LISA-U200-62
cellular module, with CellLocate hybrid positioning technology that
works with GPS data, the company said.

Nikken Lease offers customers in Japan the GNSS-enabled Transeeker
pallet as part of a rental service. Made of plastic, the pallets are
reusable to offer an ecological alternative to the wooden counterpart,
the company said.

EVA-7M is a single GNSS module, featuring the u-blox 7 positioning
engine, which receives GPS, GLONASS, Quasi-Zenith Satellite System
(QZSS) and satellite-based augmentation system (SBAS) signals, u-blox
said. The module also has minimal acquisition times in a compact form
factor, the company said.