Unicore advanced time-space products and services have been adopted by many industries while spurring new emerging applications.
Current applications include CORS, survey and mapping, precision agriculture, intelligent driving, unmanned vehicles, mechanical control, precision timing, IoT and wearable devices—along with a number of industrial use cases.
GNSS (Global Navigation Satellite System) is a satellite-based navigation system that uses signals from satellites in space to accurately determine its location. GNSS receivers calculate its position by measuring the time taken for signals to travel from multiple satellites to the receiver.
The time taken is used to calculate the distance of the receiver from the satellites and triangulate its exact position.
This data is then used by applications such as maps and navigation systems. GNSS technology is widely used in a variety of applications including navigation, tracking, and surveying.
DUAL-RTK is a GNSS technology that enables centimeter-level accuracy in real-time by combining two GNSS receivers located at the same position. It is a method of differential GNSS positioning and is used for applications such as surveying, construction, and precision agriculture.
Instant Heading is a GNSS technology that provides accurate heading information in real-time. It is a single-receiver solution that leverages the GNSS signal to calculate the heading of a vehicle or vessel in a fast and accurate manner.
RTK (Real-Time Kinematic) is a GNSS technology that enables sub-decimeter accuracy in real-time. It is a method of differential GNSS positioning that uses a fixed reference station to provide corrections to the GNSS receiver in order to improve the accuracy of the position solution.
TDIF (Time Differential Interference Free) is a GNSS technology that uses a single GNSS antenna to measure the difference between the signals of two GNSS satellites. This allows for improved accuracy and dependability for the GNSS receiver.
Standal One is a GNSS technology that combines two GNSS receivers with a single antenna. The two receivers are synced to provide an accurate and reliable position solution in real-time. Standal One is used for applications that require a higher degree of accuracy and reliability than what can be achieved with a single GNSS receiver.