SouthPAN SBAS now operational in Australia and New Zealand.
SouthPAN is a partnership between Toitū Te Whenua LINZ and Geoscience Australia under the Australia New Zealand Science, Research, and Innovation Cooperation Agreement.
It is designed to improve the accuracy and reliability of satellite-based positioning systems in New Zealand and Australia.
Originally developed to support aviation safety, this technology has wide-ranging potential uses, from crop management to tracking maritime shipments and enabling navigation for drones and other unmanned vehicles.
Accurate's range of performance Arrow GPS receivers from EOS squeeze more accuracy from free SBAS corrections than any other receiver in the world.
The economical Arrow 100/100+ L1 models were designed specifically with GIS users in mind, offering a submeter, multi-constellation GNSS solution.
The Arrow 100 is designed to be used with any iOS®, Android, or Windows device. When GPS satellites are just not enough, the Arrow 100® connects to GLONASS, Galileo, and BeiDou signals — creating access to at least 100 satellites and utilises SBAS to squeeze more accuracy from free SBAS corrections than any other receiver in the world.
Learn more here about the SouthPan developments and the EOS Arrow testing in Australasia; https://lnkd.in/gmVhhR8U