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September 28th, 2011
Leica Geosystems announces Leica GR25 GNSS Reference Server

The Leica GR25 GNSS Reference Server is more than just a reference receiver. With integrated internal and external device management, multi-user management, high end security, modular and scalable design, the GR25 GNSS Reference Server will grow with users’ needs and keep their GNSS applications and networks fully up to date. The newest member of Leica Geosystems’ trusted GNSS Spider family is designed for numerous permanent and semi-permanent GNSS network installations and monitoring applications. Including RTK and static networks, single base station, field campaigns, structural monitoring, atmospheric and seismic studies and offshore positioning. www.leica-geosystems.com