Emlid produces affordable high-performance GNSS receivers and drone modules for RTK and PPK surveys.
Emlid Reach receivers can work with signals from all the main satellite systems: GPS, GLONASS, as well as BeiDou, QZSS, and Galileo. Emlid RTK receivers and modules obtain corrections over LoRa radio, Bluetooth, or NTRIP, with corrections data exported in industry-standard formats.
Emlid products are designed to work right out of the box and are suitable for experienced and beginner surveyors. Emlid also provides free, user-friendly iOS/Android apps to log data, manage projects, and make efficient use of local NTRIP networks.
Emlid technology is uniquely optimized for drone operations, and Reach RS2 receivers are commonly used with DJI survey drones. Emlid Reach M2/M+ drone modules are specialized components for non-DJI multirotor and VTOL drone platforms, and well regarded to be the global category leader for RTK-PPK drone components.
The Emlid Reach RS2 is a multi-band RTK GNSS receiver with centimeter precision for survey and mapping.
-Baseline up to 100km
-RINEX update rate 10Hz
The Reach RS2 gets a fixed position in seconds and maintains robust performance even in challenging conditions. Centimeter accuracy can be achieved on distances up to 60 km in RTK, and 100 km in PPK mode. Built with high quality materials, IP67 rating, and highly durable for consistent performance in hot temperatures, the Emlid Reach RS2 is an industry standard for surveying.
Additionally, Emlid provides the free, user-friendly ReachView 3 app for iOS/Android devices, which makes data collection and project management easy and efficient on any device.
SINGLE-BAND RTK GNSS RECEIVER
The Emlid Reach RS+ is a single-band RTK GNSS receiver with centimeter precision for survey, mapping and navigation. The Reach RS+ includes an impressive list of features that are singularly unique for its affordable price point.
RINEX corrections logged at up to 14 Hz
Distance from a base: 10km in RTK, 20km in PPK
Compact and highly durable
30 hour LiFePO4 battery
Engineered to be tough, the Reach RS+ is designed to work even in the most challenging environments, including sustained hot temperatures common in Indonesia. Combined with its specifications, Reach RS+ is an incredibly affordable high performance RTK GNSS receiver ideal for a wide range of survey and positioning requirements across Indonesia.
The Emlid Reach M2 is an RTK-PPK drone component, featuring multi-band positioning with centimeter accuracy in RTK and PPK, for precise drone mapping with less GCPs.
Importantly, Reach M2 modules directly connect to the drone camera hot shoe port, which is synced with the camera shutter: this enables Reach M2 to log time and coordinates of each photo with the highest possible level of accuracy – less than a microsecond, for precise georeferencing.
Reach M+ modules directly connect to the drone camera hot shoe port, which is synced with the camera shutter: this enables Reach M+ to log time and coordinates of each photo with the highest possible level of accuracy – less than a microsecond, for precise georeferencing.
RTK Up to 10 km
PPK Up to 20 km
Time to Fix: 1-2 mins
RINEX logging update rate up to 14 Hz
ReachView 3 is the most user-friendly software for survey data collection, available both for Android and iOS, and freely available for download. The app is used together with Emlid devices.
ReachView 3 supports thousands of coordinate systems. The app is used together with Emlid receivers to collect and stake out points, and also to control all the features of Reach receivers, such as setting up a base station, logging RINEX data, and configuring NMEA output.
ReachView 3 has a user-friendly interface which makes it easy to organize survey projects, directly save data to the iOS/Android device for efficient retrieval, and export projects into GIS or CAD software.
A key feature of Emlid product solutions, ReachView 3 significantly streamlines survey data collection and project management for surveyors, while also reducing the need to purchase additional tablets or devices.