Sources de corrections GNSS

Vos opérations GNSS ne sont efficaces que si votre source de correction l’est. Cela est essentiel, nous vous laissons donc choisir la source la plus appropriée. Des chantiers plus importants peuvent nécessiter une station de base GNSS et les chantiers plus petits peuvent nécessiter une source de correction virtuelle.

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  • Station de base GNSS de Trimble

    gnsscorrex-basestationSur des chantiers de construction plus importants et les chantiers comprenant des opérations de guidage d’engins et de topographie, nous vous recommandons de déployer le récepteur modulaire GNSS SPS855 Trimble comme station de base permanente ou semi-permanente.

    Pour obtenir davantage d’informations et choisir une antenne externe adaptée à votre station de base, veuillez consulter la page Web relative aux antennes GNSS Trimble ou contacter votre fournisseur SITECH® Technology.  

  • Network RTK

    Trimble VRS is a Network  Real-Time Kinematic (RTK) subscription service delivered via the Internet over a cellular network. Like the MSS services, VRS is ideal for construction sites where it is not practical to set up a base station, such as sites where there is no machine control or for initial reconnaissance tasks where a base station is not yet established.  VRS does require an Internet connection at the rover. Utilizing Trimble VRS technology, centimeter level accuracy is available on demand, anywhere within the reference station network. It's highly cost effective and efficient, super convenient, simple to use, and, best all, it's always on.

    VRS Now is a Trimble operated VRS network. To select the service that best suits your needs, please view the Trimble Positioning Services web site.

  • Trimble xFill

    Trimble xFill runs seamlessly in the background, automatically bridging the gap if a user's RTK or VRS correction source is interrupted due to cellular signal disruption or loss of UHF radio connectivity. Trimble xFill is a satellite-delivered service that will maintain RTK precision for five minutes after the loss of an RTK correction stream.

  • Service de Station de base par Internet (IBSS)

    tcc-ibssLe Service de Station de Base sur Internet de Trimble (IBSS) transmet des corrections RTK (Real-Time Kinematic) de votre station de base sur Internet, via Wi-Fi ou via réseau cellulaire. Ceci permet d'utiliser plus facilement et plus économiquement le GNSS hautement précis pour le positionnement de chantier ou le contrôle d'engins sur le chantier. 

  • Mobile Satellite Services (MSS)

    Satellite-based GNSS correction services include Trimble RTX and OmniSTAR. MSS delivers real-time and highly reliable positioning services for land-based construction sites worldwide, 24 hours a day, 365 days a year.

    MSS is delivered via geo-stationary L-band satellites, the signal is received at the GNSS rover by the Trimble GNSS antenna or GNSS Smart Antenna, so there is no requirement for a UHF radio or cellular network connection.

    To select the service that best suits your needs, please view the Trimble Positioning Services web site.

  • MSK Beacon

    MSK Beacon refers to a DGNSS or DGPS reference stations maintained mostly by the International Association of Marine Aids to Navigation and Lighthouse Authorities (formerly IALA) which transmit a free differential correction service on the 300 kHz band. Trimble marine GPS/GNSS receivers with the appropriate MSK capable antenna can use these corrections at no cost for sub-meter positioning.

  • Satellite-Based Augmentation System (SBAS)

    The Satellite-Based Augmentation System (SBAS) is based on GNSS measurements from accurately-located reference stations deployed across an entire continent. The differential corrections and integrity messages are broadcast over a continent using geostationary satellites as an augmentation or overlay of the original GNSS message. Systems in place are WAAS (USA), EGNOS (Europe), GAGAN (India) and MSAS (Japan) which deliver corrections at no cost for sub-meter positioning.