Where most GPS systems can only provide an accuracy of within meters, the Reach is designed to deliver extreme precision. In addition to conventional GNSS, each Reach sensor uses RTK (Real-Time-Kinematics) to reach centimetre level accuracy.
Next Gen is Affordable
With many RTK being a significant expenditure, the technology was only in reach for high-level surveyors and serious hobbyists. The Reach changes this, offering results and ultimate precision for a fraction of the cost.
Packed with Smart Technology
Reach runs open-source RTK processing software called RTKLIB written by Tomoji Takasu. Previously a computer was required to run RTKLIB, but now all RTKLIB features are available directly on Reach. The Reach achieves this definition using constant movement and GPS correction, gathered from either another Reach device, or directly over the internet from a local NTRIP base station. When compared to a conventional GPS, the results and impact of the RTK become most apparent.