Global Navigation Satellite System (GNSS), a generic term for satellite navigation systems that provide autonomous geo-spatial positioning with global coverage. This positioning system supports multiple global and regional GNSS navigation satellite systems for improved precision in positioning (as good as 5mm on stationary objects), faster time-to-first-fix positioning, and better redundancy during signal blockage (cloud & buildings).
Tracking devices available in the form of name card holders and ruggedized vehicle trackers.
The system supports a combination of GNSS Systems such as GPS, GLONASS, and Beidou. Simultaneously computing signals from multiple systems reduces or eliminates the signal degradation, resulting in improving the accuracy.
The system is designed to accurately identify a point in space. To do this, the system includes a stationary receiver as a base reference that accounts for a change in weather systems and other signal distortion. An accurate location of a tag is determined with reference to the base receiver, providing high accuracy of 10cm deviation.
The system has also been proven to be more resilient than GPS is to radio frequency reflection from metallic walls.
Key Differences between this system and GPS:
This GNSS system comprises of the following:
This GNSS system has the advantage of: