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With an Atlas subscription on a compatible Stonex GNSS receiver, if you lose RTK fix, for 20 minutes Atlas will take over, giving RTK precision until you regain your RTK fix. If you need to work past 20 minutes after losing RTK fix, the precision will then step down according to your subscription. As soon as you regain RTK fix, the GNSS will seamlessly switch back to your RTK precision.
Atlas, the all-new innovative aRTK technology, operates on any Atlas-capable device by enabling it to operate with RTK-level accuracy, availability, and reliability when RTK corrections fail. If the unit is Atlas-subscribed, it will continue to operate at the subscribed level, until RTK is restored.
Stonex Italy, along with Hemisphere GNSS is a part of the UNISTRONG GLOBAL Group: a market leader of Smart GNSS antennas for surveying, navigation and machine control. Stonex has added the Global Correction System Atlas® to its service portfolio with compatible GNSS receivers. Atlas® is the most innovative correction service available in the industry, providing performance that meets or exceeds that delivered by other industry leaders, at market-leading prices.
Atlas is the most flexible service on the market, delivering its correction signals via L-Band satellites or over the Internet. With approximately 200 reference stations worldwide and L-Band satellites distributing coverage from 75°N to 75°S, all of the earth’s landmass is covered.
Positioning Accuracy: Atlas provides competitive positioning accuracies down to 4 cm RMS in certain applications, often exceeding competitive systems’ capabilities
Positioning Sustainability: Cutting-edge position quality maintenance in the absence of correction signals, using Hemisphere’s Tracer technology
Convergence Time: Industry-leading convergence times of < 40 minutes
aRTK: Satellite-Based RTK Augmentation. Powered by Atlas, the all-new innovative aRTK technology operates on any Atlas-capable device by enabling it to operate with RTK-level accuracy, availability, and reliability when RTK corrections fail. If the unit is Atlas-subscribed, it will continue to operate at the subscribed level until RTK is restored.