Septentrio, designer and manufacturer of GNSS solutions, announced a new partnership with Innovelec as an authorised partner for GNSS positioning solutions in the United Kingdom and Europe.
This new partnership enables Septentrio’s accurate and reliable products such as AsteRx-m UAS to meet the needs of unmanned aerial systems (UAS) customers in the European market.
Based in Hemel Hempstead in Hertfordshire, Innovelec will work directly with Septentrio to offer high quality strategic services and technical expertise necessary to meet the current and future requirements of GNSS customers in the United Kingdom and UAS customers across Europe to develop new business opportunities in the market.
Since last year, Septentrio has introduced a new set of products which achieve a new benchmark for accuracy and reliably in GNSS solutions. Innovelec will supply the AsteRx product line – renowned for providing consistent and robust cm-level positioning under challenging interference and multipath environments. The AsteRx-m UAS OEM is compact and lightweight module which offers the lowest power consumption on the market at 600 mW. While the AsteRx4 is a robust dual antenna receiver ready for rapid and straightforward integration into your existing workflows or hardware.
“Septentrio’s AsteRx Product line offer unbeatable performance, accuracy and reliability in the most challenging conditions” stated Koen Gutscoven, Director of Sales at Septentrio. He continued: “Innovelec complement Septentrio’s skills to aid further growth in the UK and European market.”
“Septentrio presents an exciting opportunity for Innovelec to further develop its significant business within the GNSS market. Flexibility and support in conjunction with our partners have helped Innovelec to grow and it remains a benchmark of our operations” stated Martin Newman, Sales Director of Innovelec. “Septentrio bring a lot of expertise of the GNSS market to help us develop new sales opportunities and loyal clients for accurate and reliable positioning across the European market. “