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New C-Nav GNSS Service

  02/11/2011
C-Nav, supplier of international GNSS Precise Point Positioning services, is pleased to announce the launch of its improved five-centimeter C-NavC2 GNSS subscription service. C-NavC2 supports GPS GLONASS corrections and the company claims it delivers the most accurate real-time Precise Point Positioning solutions around the world.

C-NavC2 utilises proprietary algorithms combined with high precision measurements from a global tracking network of multi-frequency, multi-constellation geodetic quality C-Nav3050 receivers to provide enhanced accuracy and performance anywhere, anytime.




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 GNSS  Positioning  Tracking 

Supplier: C&C Technologies Inc.

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