GISUY receiver

GISUY is a multi-constellation receiver featuring a GNSS chipset, with one USB serial interface and one wireless Bluetooth interface, fully integrable with GPS Waypoints mobile application. The receiver is capable of processing positioning from various satellite systems, including GPS, GLONASS, Galileo and BeiDou. The outputs, from both Bluetooth and USB serial interfaces, are standard NMEA sentences that can be used by multiple mobile and desktop applications, making this receiver versatile to different business sectors.

Gisuy Receiver

GISUY is designed and assembled by Bluecover, being available as two hardware setups described below (Surveyor and Monitoring).

GISUY Surveyor

The GISUY Surveyor configuration targets land surveying and vehicles tracking activities. The data acquisition is typically made via Bluetooth to mobile applications, such as GPS Waypoints and other mobile applications. The receiver is powered via USB and includes an internal battery that provides autonomy for outdoor activities, as well as ensures backup power during vehicles tracking (when engine battery circuit is off). It comes with an internal antenna or optionally with SMA connector for handheld antennas or vehicle mounted antennas.

The receiver comes with 3 built-in configurations based on Standard Positioning Service (SPS) and Satellite-based augmentation (SBAS), suitable to open sky and environments with “weaker” GNSS signals, such as urban areas and forests.

  • SBAS GPS-GLONASS (default config with better precision in open sky);
  • SPS GPS-GLONASS (better acquisition fixes in areas with weak signals);
  • SBAS GPS-GALILEO.

The Surveyor is reconfigurable via Bluetooth or serial console. GISUY Surveyor uses NMEA 0183 version 4.10 (changeable to 2.3) can be used with multiple mobile applications.

GISUY Monitoring

The GISUY Monitoring configuration aims to monitor GNSS signal quality in aviation. It is used to measure fixed positions and errors, using an external antenna and a permanent power supply. The receiver is typically powered and connected via USB to laptops and single board computers (e.g. Raspberry Pi) running NMEA applications. It comes with 3 built-in configurations, reconfigurable using the serial console:

  • SBAS GPS (approved in aviation);
  • SPS GPS (approved in aviation);
  • SBAS GPS GLONASS (typical in transports).

 

Both Surveyor and Monitoring setups are only available for quoting and ordering via email with an estimated delivery time of 2 weeks.

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