Trimble enhances its RTX correction service performance, reducing GNSS signal convergence times
Trimble announced enhancements to its RTX correction services, including convergence time reductions, more reliable and robust signals, and an easier workflow for surveyors. These enhancements enable geospatial professionals to untether from the cost and complexities of Global Navigation Satellite System (GNSS) base stations and complete fieldwork faster.
Surveyors in many regions worldwide can now spend less time in the field with CenterPoint RTX correction service, converging in typically 3 minutes compared with up to 15 minutes in the past. The convergence-time reduction is available on Trimble GNSS receivers with ProPoint technology and will benefit land surveyors working around the globe by enabling them to start surveying faster. With the addition of BeiDou-III (BDS-III) and GPS III satellite signals into the Trimble RTX solution, geospatial professionals will be able to work more reliably in challenging GNSS environments, such as urban multipath or under tree canopy. BDS-III support contributes to the convergence time improvements. Support for BDS-III and convergence time improvements is available globally via IP/cellular and regionally via satellite delivery.