Trimble announced the availability of its Trimble® VRS Now™ Global Navigation Satellite System (GNSS) correction service in France. The service is ideal for a variety of geospatial and construction applications including surveying, cadastral, land administration, and urban and rural construction that would benefit from easy access to high-accuracy, centimeter-level positioning.
Trimble also recently announced Galileo support for its VRS Now correction service. Powered by the Trimble Pivot™ Platform, VRS Now in Europe fully supports GPS, GLONASS, BeiDou, QZSS and now, Galileo satellite systems. Galileo support improves network performance and reliability with access to additional satellites, particularly in urban canyons or other harsh environments. The increased number of visible satellites provides additional data observations that enhance positioning integrity to better mitigate errors.
“Trimble continues to aggressively expand its VRS Now footprint in Europe,” said Patricia Boothe, general manager of Trimble’s Advanced Positioning Division. “With the addition of correction services in France, Trimble VRS Now covers over 179 million square kilometers (732 million square miles) across 10 countries.”
VRS Now coverage is available throughout the majority of France as well as Belgium, The Czech Republic, Estonia, Germany, Great Britain, Ireland, Luxembourg, The Netherlands and Sweden using a compatible GNSS receiver or display.