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We are pleased to announce an upgrade to the Trimble R10, our flagship GNSS receiver. The new Trimble R10 (indicated with a Model 2 on the underside of the receiver) offers 672 channels among other enhancements.
The updates build on the popular receiver’s core technologies, which include the Trimble HD-GNSS processing engine that enables points to be measured quickly and accurately, Trimble SurePoint™ technology for precise positioning capture and full tilt compensation, Trimble xFill® technology for centimeter-level positioning during GNSS outages, and support for Trimble CenterPoint® RTX corrections for RTK level precision worldwide.
The new model also supports the recently released Trimble TSC7 controller and Trimble Access™ 2018 field software. Users who combine the new R10 with the TSC7’s 7-inch screen and faster processing power, and Trimble Access 2018's new user interface and graphics capabilities, will have one of the most advanced solutions available for collecting and computing data in the field.
Enhancements to the Trimble R10 include:
- The latest and most advanced custom Trimble survey GNSS ASIC with an industry-leading 672 GNSS channels for unrivaled GNSS constellation tracking, including GPS, GLONASS, BeiDou, Galileo, QZSS, IRNSS as well as the full range of SBAS. The Trimble R10 tracks and processes all of today's available GNSS signals and is designed to support planned GNSS signals and systems that may be launched in the future.
- Improved reliability against sources of interference and spoofed signals.
- Improved power management to increase battery life and operating time in the field on average by 33 percent.
- Increased internal memory (6 GB) to store more than 10 years of raw observations.
- Support for Android and iOS platforms to allow organizations with Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) environments to benefit from a premium survey GNSS receiver by using the mobile devices their field crews already have in their pockets.
The new Trimble R10 is available now through Trimble’s Geospatial distribution channel. Click here for more information.