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September 18th, 2019
CHC Navigation Introduces the i90 IMU-RTK GNSS Series

Shanghai, China-based CHC Navigation today announced the release and immediate shipment of its i90 GNSS Series powered by the latest CHCNAV IMU-RTK technology designed to provide robust and accurate GNSS positioning, in any circumstances. The i90 IMU-RTK GNSS Series is also designed to dramatically increase GNSS RTK availability and reliability.

Unlike the standard MEMS based GNSS receivers, the i90 GNSS IMU-RTK combines a high-end calibration and interference free IMU sensor with state-of-the-art GNSS RTK engine and advanced GNSS tracking capabilities. Survey projects are achieved with high productivity and reliability, according to the company.

Easy IMU-RTK Surveying
No complicated calibration process, rotation, leveling or accessories are necessary with the i90 GNSS Series. Just a few meters walk will initialize the i90 internal IMU sensor and enable RTK survey in difficult field environments. The i90 GNSS automatic pole-tilt compensation is said to boost survey and stakeout speed by up to 20%.

In commenting on the CHCNAV i90 GNSS Series, George Zhao, CEO of CHC Navigation said: “Our new i90 IMU-RTK GNSS Series is pushing the boundaries of conventional GNSS survey by extending RTK positioning availability and reliability. CHCNAV is the GNSS technology enabler making high-end GNSS solutions available for every surveyor.”

Founded in 2003, CHC Navigation is a publicly-listed company creating GNSS Navigation and Positioning Solutions.