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Getting Started Videos for Reach RS2: First Time Setup, RTK over NTRIP and LoRa

To make sure you have a pleasant start with your Reach RS2 we’ve worked on the getting started video series.

Meet Emlid Team in Sao Paulo, Brazil

Emlid is heading to MundoGEO#Connect to showcase Reach RS2 and Reach RS+. The conference will take place in the Frei Caneca Convention Center on June 25–27.

Using Reach RS+ for the Road Maintenance Project in Mexico

In March 2019, Mexican CoatzaDrone conducted a topographic survey of the “Las Choapas-Cárdenas” road section in Tabasco, Mexico using Reach RS+. The goal was to create a detailed 3D model and an orthomosaic as part of the road maintenance project.

First Reach RS2 Tests in South Africa

Luke Wijnberg of 3DroneMapping is one of our pro-users who recently ran some accuracy tests of Reach RS2. Luke collected seven points with the RS2 rover acquiring live corrections from the Reach RS2 base placed over survey monument.

Reach RS2 World Tour Wrap up

This spring we participated in several industry-leading events to show Reach RS2 to the world! We attended expos in the Netherlands, Germany, Australia, Russia, Turkey, and the USA.

Community Tests of Reach RS2 Launched

Today we would love to share some Reach RS2 photos from the field from our testers!

Reach RS2 World Tour Starts in April

Mark your calendars! In April our team is heading to Melbourne, Amsterdam, Munich, and Albuquerque to showcase Reach RS2.

Multi-band Reach RS2 is Here

For the past year, we have been working on the next receiver in the Reach line and now are ready to show it. Reach RS2 is a top spec multi-band RTK GNSS receiver for just $1899.

Volume Measurement: Total Station vs Drone Mapping

The Dromine team recently carried out a UAV-based volumetric survey to assess feldspar stock at the site. For this project, one DJI Phantom 4 and two Reach RS+ (base and rover) were utilized.

Reach in Drone Mapping Projects in Congo

Emlid RTK GNSS receivers were recently used to carry out training and conduct UAV-based research in the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC).