Trimble’s IonoGuard™ technology takes Global Navigation Satellite System (GNSS) positioning to a whole new level. It tackles any ionospheric disturbances that mess with accuracy and reliability.
Solar activity peaks every 11 years with the next maximum predicted in between 2024 and 2026. This will have a direct impact on delays and stability of GNSS signals and can have a negative impact on precision positioning.
To prepare for solar cycle 25, and experience the full benefit of the constellation agnostic Trimble receivers, businesses need to consider updating their firmware to the latest version; in fact, we’ve seen customers enjoy the benefits of the IonoGuard implementation already.
So, what are some of the benefits? Let us break them down for you
With Trimble IonoGuard™, you can get centimetre-level precision in GNSS positioning. That means super reliable data for making informed decisions. Imagine the possibilities for industries like construction, agriculture, surveying, and transportation!
No more interruptions or signal hiccups caused by those pesky ionospheric disturbances. Trimble IonoGuard™ keeps your teams working smoothly and confidently. Less downtime equals more productivity and better results.
In sectors where safety is everything, accurate positioning is crucial to avoid accidents or hazards. Implementing Trimble IonoGuard™ ensures rock-solid location information that enhances safety measures across various industries.
Saving You Budget:
The pinpoint accuracy provided by Trimble IonoGuard™ helps optimise resource allocation and prevents costly errors from inaccurate positioning data. Whether it’s optimising equipment usage or streamlining logistics operations, this solution saves you money in the long run.
5. Future-Proof Your Business:
Technology moves fast these days, right? By getting on board with Trimble IonoGuard™ now, you’re future-proofing your operations and staying ahead of the curve when it comes to upcoming advancements in GNSS technology.
For further information on the IonoGuard update, contact a member of the team here.