Leica Geosystems Introduces Leica GMX902 GG

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<p><strong>Norcross, Ga. &mdash; Aug. 10</strong><br />With the Leica GMX902 GG, Leica Geosystems continues its commitment to developing accurate and reliable GNSS monitoring solutions. </p><p>The Leica GMX902 GG is a high-performance GPS + GLONASS receiver, specially developed to monitor sensitive structures such as bridges, mines or high-rise buildings and crucial topographies such as landslides or volcanoes. </p><p>It provides precise dual frequency code and phase data up to 20 Hz, enabling precise data capture as the basis for highly accurate position calculation and motion analysis.<br /><br />As with the other receivers in the GMX900 family, the GMX902 GG has been designed and built purely for monitoring applications. </p><p>The key characteristics of the GMX900 family are low-power consumption, high-quality measurement, simplicity and durability. </p><p>The Leica GMX902 GG is an ideal receiver for deformation monitoring with superior tracking of satellites from the both GPS and GLONASS constellations. </p><p>The GMX902 GG is also a perfect receiver for atmospheric studies and ionospheric scintillation research with 20Hz measurement of high precision dual-frequency code, phase and signal-to-noise ratio.<br /><br />&quot;Our development teams have taken our suggestions from years of monitoring applications all over the world and implemented those requests into the GMX902,&quot; said Gerard Manley, vice president of engineered solutions. &quot;This sensor has the same accuracy as the rest of the family of products, costs less and uses half the power, which is exactly what the market needed.</p><p>&quot;This allows us to deploy units in some of the world&#39;s most demanding locations and confidently operate on battery and solar operation for many years. The GMX902 will change the way GPS monitoring is used by the engineering community.&quot;</p>

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