GISUY is a multi-constellation receiver featuring a GNSS chipset with one USB serial interface and one Bluetooth interface. The receiver is capable of processing positioning from various satellite systems, including GPS, GLONASS, Galileo and BeiDou . The outputs from the serial interfaces are NMEA sentences that can be used by multiple mobile and desktop applications, making this receiver versatile to different business sectors. GISUY is available for ordering in one of the two hardware configurations described below.
The GISUY Surveyor configuration targets land surveying activities and vehicles tracking. It has an internal battery and a Bluetooth connection, providing autonomy on outdoor activities. It is good for environments with “weaker” GNSS signals, such as urban areas and forests. It comes with 3 built-in configurations based on Standard Positioning Service (SPS) and Satellite-based augmentation (SBAS):
- SBAS GPS-GLONASS (better precision in open sky);
- SPS GPS-GLONASS (better acquisition fixes in areas with weak signals);
- SBAS GPS-GALILEO.
GISUY Surveyor can be used with multiple mobile applications, including GPS Waypoints and other mobile applications.
The GISUY Monitoring configuration is used to measure fixed positions and errors, using an external antenna and a permanent power supply. It is being used for GNSS quality signal monitoring in aviation. It is typically connected to laptops and single board computers (e.g. Raspberry Pi) running NMEA applications. It comes with 3 built-in configurations:
- SBAS GPS (approved in aviation);
- SPS GPS (approved in aviation);
- SBAS GPS GLONASS (typical in transports).
Both Surveyor and Monitoring versions are reconfigurable using the serial console. They are available for quoting and ordering via email with an estimated delivery time of 2 weeks.