Applanix announces POSPac MMS 8 for high-accuracy mobile mapping

October 12, 2016  - By

pospac4Applanix introduced at Intergeo 2016 the POSPac MMS 8, its latest GNSS-aided inertial post-processing software for georeferencing data collected from cameras, lidars, multi-beam sonars and other sensors on mobile platforms.

POSPac MMS 8 uses the Trimble CenterPoint RTX subscription service to deliver these benefits for mobile mapping from land, air, marine and UAV platforms:

  • Achieve centimeter-level accuracy within one hour after data collection with just an internet connection — no need to wait for delivery of public-domain ephemeris data, providing  productivity gains
  • Map inaccessible regions that have no existing Continuously Operation Reference Stations (CORS) without the cost of deploying local base stations
  • Attain consistent and reliable uptime using Trimble’s private network
  • Automatically survey in dedicated base stations direct from POSPac – streamline map production workflow

POSPac MMS 8 also includes several new features to make deployment simpler and more efficient:

  • Avoid rework using the “know before you go” Quality Control software– POSPac 8 now includes a separate QC software that can be commuted to the field for running Quality Control on the GNSS observations to ensure accuracy specifications can be met before leaving the project area
  • Single floating software license provides increased flexibility by setting up any computer to act as a server, share a single license across a network or between computers
  • Faster throughput with 64-bit processing

POSPac MMS 8 is expected to be available worldwide in the fourth quarter of 2016.

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