How Positioning Technology is Changing the Water Industry   


In the recent release of SouthPAN, Australia and New Zealand join countries such as the United States, Europe, Russia, India and Japan in having precise positioning technology. This is attributed to the direct satellite reception of enhanced and corrected satellite navigation signals, which allows as little as 10-centimeter level precision accuracy available everywhere including remote areas. Accurate and reliable positioning information provides considerable economic advantages for both countries.

Positioning, navigation, and timing (PNT) play a critical role in telecommunications, land surveying, disaster management, mining, the water industry and so on.

Advantages of high accuracy GNSS technology in water infrastructure

  1. Saves time
  2. Reduces operating cost
  3. Enhances the accuracy of asset management systems

Explore the applications of Eos GNSS receivers using SouthPAN in the water sector and more. Read the full article from Spatial Source Insights entitled “Advancing GNSS, Geoscience and Water Infrastructure” by Peter Terrett.

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