From surveying open-cast mines and quarries to mobile mapping among inner-city buildings, accurately measuring position and orientation can be a problem for GNSS systems when working in and around canyons, tree-cover and tunnels. MAGUS products solve these problems for you.
Bridges, overhead equipment, vegetation and especially tunnels make precision rail surveying almost impossible using GNSS-only systems as they can’t reliably measure position and orientation when satellite signals are blocked. MAGUS products solve these problems for you.
High accuracy position and attitude measurement systems used to georeference aerial survey data can be expensive, heavy, slow to install as well as complicated to operate—making it hard to deliver a cost-effective service to customers. MAGUS products solve these problems for you.
Finding a sensor small and light enough for the new breed of ultra-small UAVs, but capable of measuring attitude and position with enough accuracy for precision georeferencing is a real challenge. MAGUS products solve these problems for you.
GPS and GNSS systems frequently suffer a number of subtle problems like multi-path, satellite black-out, insufficient update rates or the antenna not being at the required measurement point. They also can’t measure orientation. MAGUS products solve these problems for you.