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C-Nav Corrections-Over Internet Service Announced - Friday, March 8, 2013
Lafayette, Louisiana, March 8, 2013 - C-Nav, the premier supplier of international GNSS Precise Point Positioning services, announced a new feature for its GNSS receivers allowing users to access C-Nav corrections over high-power Spot-beam satellite Internet services, providing the same reliable 8 cm (95%) global positioning accuracy without the need for a base station.

"The ability to access the C-Nav correction service over the Internet provides our customer an added layer of reliability and confidence to receive C-Nav corrections in the Arctic and in any situation where satellite delivery might be intermittent or unavailable, such as in the shadow of offshore construction or drilling platforms," said Tim Patro, C-Nav Divisional Manager.

C-Nav's Global Satellite Based Augmentation System delivers 8 cm horizontal and 15 cm height (95%) accuracy worldwide through a seven-satellite constellation and with the introduction of CCSI can now deliver the same accuracy over the Internet.

CCSI is available as a software update for all current C-Nav3050 receivers.

 

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