GNSS Expansion Cards Unveiled for Centimeter-Level Positioning

By Sarah Simpson / 14 Dec 2020

Antzertech, an Internet of Vehicles (IoV) and telematics solution provider based in Taiwan, has announced a high precision GNSS expansion card which can achieve centimeter-level accuracy.

GNSS expansion card

The GNSS expansion cards are designed in mini-PCIe form factor with u-blox ZED F9P/F9R GNSS module. The ANNA-F9 High Precision GNSS Mini-PCIe card integrates u-blox ZED-F9 receiver platform, providing multi-band GNSS and RTK positioning.

The ANNA-F9 series supports RTCM formatted corrections and centimeter-level positioning from local base stations or virtual reference stations (VRS) in a Network RTK setup, providing a simple and cost-effective way to achieve high accuracy positioning

Antzertech’s ANNA-F9 series has optional configurations including a 3D inertial measurement unit (IMU) which supportsDead Reckoning technology: UDR (Untethered Dead Reckoning), ADR (Automotive Dead Reckoning) or Antzertech’s patented CAN-to-ADR solution. Additionally, the ANNA-F9 series is equipped with 3D gyroscope, 3D accelerometer and 3D Magnetometer for users who need to monitor vehicle operation. Within a compact mini-PCIe card, the ANNA-F9 provides optimal positioning accuracy and rich features which are easily integrated into an embedded system.

Moreover, the GNSS module is available to upgrade for future SSR-type correction service which is suitable for mass market penetration.

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