Leica offers new reference servers, receiver

April 1, 2016  - By

Leica Geosystems released its new generation of reference servers and monitoring receiver, optimized with multi-frequency 555-channel capabilities to connect with current and all anticipated GNSS signals.

The Leica Geosystems GM30 receiver.

The Leica Geosystems GM30 receiver.

The new Leica GR30 and GR50 reference servers and GM30 monitoring receiver are primed  for the constantly changing requirements of GNSS technology, according to the company. The first equipped with 555 channels, the new reference stations and monitoring receivers support all global GNSS constellations, such as GPS, GLONASS, Galileo and BeiDou, as well as regional systems such as QZSS and SBAS.

The receivers seamlessly work with a multitude of signals so that monitoring professionals, geodetic research and engineering specialists can obtain high-quality data and continuous, uninterrupted accuracy.

These new reference servers and monitoring receiver are part of Leica Geosystems’ GNSS streamlined solution — with standard open interfaces, they can be seamlessly integrated with other existing systems. According to Leica, maximum benefit with minimum effort is achieved through automated firmware updates, plug-and-play connectivity, simultaneous and multiple communications interfaces, power supply and logging capabilities.

“When considering a GNSS reference station solution, superior quality and long product life is very important,” said Frank Pache, senior product manager of Leica Geosystems. “Our new reference servers fulfil this demand. In addition, users who have already invested in the previous generation Leica GR10 and GR25 Unlimited solutions can now benefit from the free upgrade to the new Leica GR30 and GR50 reference servers. They can enjoy the peace of mind that comes with being equipped with today’s and tomorrow’s GNSS signals.”

Thanks to the comprehensive and user-friendly web interface, both GNSS network beginners and highly experienced professionals have complete and easy control. Leica Active Assist’s support team make sure your GNSS projects run smoothly by providing live and secure onboard assistance whenever needed.

Scientists, researchers and engineers are also provided with detailed information about movements of man-made and natural structures as well as real-time position solutions. Three different modes, specifically designed to work with reference station, structural and network real-time kinematic (RTK) service monitoring continuously provide specialists with real-time precision data.

The Leica GM30 monitoring receiver is also part of the GeoMoS solution, delivering timely and actionable information to respond quickly and minimize dangerous and costly damages.

The reference servers and receiver are also part of the Leica Spider family, a suite of software providing RTK services for tailor-made solutions.

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