ReachView 3
Survey App

Simple data collection
with your smartphone or tablet.
Developed for Reach receivers.

Create a survey project and collect data using any coordinate system

ReachView 3 has built-in support for projections, grids and geoids. Choose the appropriate coordinate system, and the app will prompt you to download all the required additional files.

Based on EPSG and IGN registries

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Argentina Argentina

Rover setup

Choose a coordinate system based on the POSGAR 2007 datum. Then choose the vertical datum SRVN16 height that uses the GEOIDE-Ar16 geoid for transformation.

Base setup

Your base or NTRIP service should be in POSGAR 2007. When setting up a base station on a benchmark, enter POSGAR 2007 geographic coordinates and ellipsoidal height on the Base mode screen of the ReachView 3 settings.

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Australia Australia

Rover setup

Choose a coordinate system based on the GDA2020 or GDA94 datums. Then choose the vertical datum: AHD (Tasmania) height or AHD height. The following geoids are used to perform the transformation: AUSGeoid09 or AUSGeoid2020.

Base setup

Your base or NTRIP service should be in GDA2020 or GDA94. When setting up a base station on a benchmark, enter GDA2020 or GDA94 geographic coordinates and ellipsoidal height on the Base mode screen of the ReachView 3 settings.

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Austria Austria

Rover setup

Choose a coordinate system based on the MGI (Ferro) or MGI datums. Then choose the vertical datum: EVRF2000 Austria height that uses GEOID_GRS80_Oesterreich geoid or GHA height that requires the GV_Hoehengrid_plus_Geoid_V geoid for transformations.

Base setup

Your base or NTRIP service should be in ETRS89. The AT_GIS_GRID grid is used to perform the datum conversion. When setting up a base station on a benchmark, enter ETRS89 geographic coordinates and ellipsoidal height on the Base mode screen of the ReachView 3 settings.

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Balearic Islands Balearic Islands

Rover setup

Choose a coordinate system based on the ETRS89 datum. Then choose the vertical datum: Ibiza height, Mallorca height, or Menorca height. These datums use the EGM08_REDNAP geoid for transformation.

Base setup

Your base or NTRIP service should be in ETRS89. When setting up a base station on a benchmark, enter ETRS89 geographic coordinates and ellipsoidal height on the Base mode screen of the ReachView 3 settings.

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Belgium Belgium

Rover setup

Choose a coordinate system based on the Belge 1972 or ETRS89 datums. Then choose the Belgium HBG18 height vertical datum. This datum uses the HBG18 geoid for transformation.

Base setup

Your base or NTRIP service should be in ETRS89. When setting up a base station on a benchmark, enter ETRS89 geographic coordinates and ellipsoidal height on the Base mode screen of the ReachView 3 settings.

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Brazil Brazil

Rover setup

Choose a coordinate system based on the SIRGAS 2000 datum. Then choose the vertical datum: Brazil MAPGE02015 height or Brazil hgeoHNOR2020 height. These datums use the MAPGEO2015 or hgeoHNOR2020 geoids for transformation.

Base setup

Your base or NTRIP service should be in SIRGAS 2000. When setting up a base station on a benchmark, enter SIRGAS 2000 geographic coordinates and ellipsoidal height on the Base mode screen of the ReachView 3 settings.

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Canada Canada

Rover setup

Choose a coordinate system based on the NAD83(CSRS) datum. Then choose the vertical datum: ​​CGVD2013 (CGG2013) height, CGVD2013 (CGG2013a) height, or CGVD28 height. The following geoids are used to perform the transformation: CGG2013n83, CGG2013n83a, or HT2_2010v70.

Base setup

Your base or NTRIP service should be in NAD83 (CSRS). When setting up a base station on a benchmark, enter NAD83 (CSRS) geographic coordinates and ellipsoidal height on the Base mode screen of the ReachView 3 settings.

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Canary Islands Canary Islands

Rover setup

Choose a coordinate system based on the REGCAN95 datum. Then choose one of the vertical datums: El Hierro height, Fuerteventura height, Gran Canaria height, La Gomera height, La Palma height, Lanzarote height, or Tenerife height. These datums use the EGM08_REDNAP_Canarias geoid for transformation.

Base setup

Your base or NTRIP service should be in REGCAN95. When setting up a base station on a benchmark, enter REGCAN95 geographic coordinates and ellipsoidal height on the Base mode screen of the ReachView 3 settings.

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Croatia Croatia

Rover setup

Choose a coordinate system based on the HTRS96 datum. Then choose the vertical datum HVRS71 height that uses the HRG2009 geoid for transformation.

Base setup

Your base or NTRIP service should be in HTRS96. When setting up a base station on a benchmark, enter HTRS96​​ geographic coordinates and ellipsoidal height on the Base mode screen of the ReachView 3 settings.

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Denmark Denmark

Rover setup

Choose a coordinate system based on the ETRS89 datum. Then choose the vertical datum DVR90 height that uses the DVR90 geoid for transformation.

Base setup

Your base or NTRIP service should be in ETRS89. When setting up a base station on a benchmark, enter ETRS89 geographic coordinates and ellipsoidal height on the Base mode screen of the ReachView 3 settings.

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Estonia Estonia

Rover setup

Choose a coordinate system based on the EST97 datum. For now, ReachView 3 doesn’t support vertical datums for Estonia.

Base setup

Your base or NTRIP service should be in EST97. When setting up a base station on a benchmark, enter EST97 geographic coordinates and ellipsoidal height on the Base mode screen of the ReachView 3 settings.

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Finland Finland

Rover setup

Choose a coordinate system based on the ETRS89 datum. Then choose the vertical datum: N2000 height or N60 height. The following geoids are used to perform the transformation: N2000 or N60.

Base setup

Choose a coordinate system based on the ETRS89 datum. Then choose the vertical datum: N2000 height or N60 height. The following geoids are used to perform the transformation: N2000 or N60.

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France France

Rover setup

Choose a coordinate system based on the RGF93 datum. Then choose the vertical datum: NGF-IGN69 height, NGF-IGN69(RAF09) height, NGF-IGN69(RAF18B) height, or NGF-IGN69(RAF20) height. The following geoids are used to perform the transformation: RAF18, RAF09, RAF18B, RAF20.

Base setup

Your base or NTRIP service should be in RGF93. When setting up a base station on a benchmark, enter RGF93 geographic coordinates and ellipsoidal height on the Base mode screen of the ReachView 3 settings.

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Germany Germany

Rover setup

Choose a coordinate system based on the ETRS89 datum. Then choose the vertical datum DHHN2016 height that uses the GCG2016 geoid for transformation.

Base setup

Your base or NTRIP service should be in ETRS89. When setting up a base station on a benchmark, enter ETRS89 geographic coordinates and ellipsoidal height on the Base mode screen of the ReachView 3 settings.

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Greece Greece

Rover setup

Choose a coordinate system based on the GGRS87 or HTRS07 datums. Then choose the vertical datum Greece GREEKGEOID2010 height that uses the GreekGeoid2010 geoid for transformation.

Base setup

Your base or NTRIP service should be in HTRS07. The GGRS87_HEPOS grid and Helmert (7-parameters) are used to perform the datum conversion. When setting up a base station on a benchmark, enter HTRS07 geographic coordinates and ellipsoidal height on the Base mode tab of the ReachView 3 settings.

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Hungary Hungary

Rover setup

Choose a coordinate system based on the HD72 datum. Then choose the vertical datum Hungary EHT2014 height that uses the EHT2014 geoid for transformation.

Base setup

Your base or NTRIP service should be in ETRS89. When setting up a base station on a benchmark, enter ETRS89 geographic coordinates and ellipsoidal height on the Base mode screen of the ReachView 3 settings. The ETRS2EOV grid is used to perform the datum conversion. Transformations are performed using not official open-source grids from a BME (Budapest Technical University) project.

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Iceland Iceland

Rover setup

Choose a coordinate system based on the ISN2004, ISN2016, or ISN93 datums. Then choose the vertical datum ISH2004 height that uses the Icegeoid_ISN2004, Icegeoid_ISN2016, or Icegeoid_ISN93 geoid for transformation.

Base setup

Your base or NTRIP service should be in ISN2004, ISN2016, or ISN93. When setting up a base station on a benchmark, enter corresponding geographic coordinates and ellipsoidal height on the Base mode screen of the ReachView 3 settings.

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Italy Italy

Rover setup

Choose a coordinate system based on the ED50, Monte Mario, or RDN2008 datums. Then choose the vertical datum Italy ITG2009 height that uses the ITG2009 geoid for transformation.

Base setup

Your base or NTRIP service should be in ETRS89. To perform the datum conversion, the Italy_ED50 and Roma40 grids are used. When setting up a base station on a benchmark, enter ETRS89 geographic coordinates and ellipsoidal height on the Base mode screen of the ReachView 3 settings.

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Japan Japan

Rover setup

Choose a coordinate system based on the JGD2011 datum. Then choose the vertical datum GD2011 (vertical) height that uses the GSIGEO2011 geoid for transformation.

Base setup

Your base or NTRIP service should be in JGD2011. When setting up a base station on a benchmark, enter JGD2011 geographic coordinates and ellipsoidal height on the Base mode screen of the ReachView 3 settings.

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Latvia Latvia

Rover setup

Choose a coordinate system based on the LKS92 datum. Then choose the vertical datum Latvia 2000 height that uses the LV_14 geoid for transformation.

Base setup

Your base or NTRIP service should be in LKS92. When setting up a base station on a benchmark, enter LKS92 geographic coordinates and ellipsoidal height on the Base mode screen of the ReachView 3 settings.

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Lithuania Lithuania

Rover setup

Choose a coordinate system based on the LKS94 datum. Then choose the vertical datum Lithuania LAS07 height that uses the LIT15G geoid for transformation.

Base setup

Your base or NTRIP service should be in LKS94. When setting up a base station on a benchmark, enter LKS94 geographic coordinates and ellipsoidal height on the Base mode screen of the ReachView 3 settings.

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Mexico Mexico

Rover setup

Choose a coordinate system based on the Mexico ITRF2008 datum. Then choose the vertical datum Mexico GGM10 height that uses the GGM10 geoid for transformation.

Base setup

Your base or NTRIP service should be in Mexico ITRF2008. When setting up a base station on a benchmark, enter Mexico ITRF2008 geographic coordinates and ellipsoidal height on the Base mode screen of the ReachView 3 settings.

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The Netherlands The Netherlands

Rover setup

Choose a coordinate system based on the Amersfoort datum. Then choose the vertical datum NAP height that uses the NLGEO2018 geoid for transformation.

Base setup

Your base or NTRIP service should be in ETRS89. The RDTRANS2018 grid is used to perform the datum conversion. When setting up a base station on a benchmark, enter ETRS89 geographic coordinates and ellipsoidal height on the Base mode screen of the ReachView 3 settings.

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New Caledonia New Caledonia

Rover setup

Choose a coordinate system based on one of the datums: IGN53 Mare, IGN56 Lifou, IGN72 Grande Terre, NEA74 Noumea, ST84 Ile des Pins, or ST87 Ouvea. Then choose the vertical datum NGNC08 height that uses the Ranc08_Circe geoid for transformation.

Base setup

Your base or NTRIP service should be in RGNC91-93. The following methods are used to perform the datum conversion: Helmert (7-parameters), RGNC1991_IGN72GrandeTerre, and RGNC1991_NEA74Noumea grids. When setting up a base station on a benchmark, enter RGNC91-93 geographic coordinates and ellipsoidal height on the Base mode screen of the ReachView 3 settings.

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New Zealand New Zealand

Rover setup

Choose a coordinate system based on the NZGD2000 datum. Then choose the vertical datum: NZVD2009 height or NZVD2016 height. The following geoids are used to perform the transformation: NZGEOID09 or NZGEOID16.

Base setup

Your base or NTRIP service should be in NZGD2000. When setting up a base station on a benchmark, enter NZGD2000 geographic coordinates and ellipsoidal height on the Base mode screen of the ReachView 3 settings.

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Norway Norway

Rover setup

Choose a coordinate system based on the ETRS89 datum. Then choose the vertical datum NN2000 height that uses the NN2000 geoid for transformation.

Base setup

Your base or NTRIP service should be in ETRS89. When setting up a base station on a benchmark, enter ETRS89 geographic coordinates and ellipsoidal height on the Base mode screen of the ReachView 3 settings.

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Poland Poland

Rover setup

Choose a coordinate system based on the ETRS89 datum. Then choose the vertical datum EVRF2007 height that uses the gugik-geoid2011-PL-EVRF2007-NH geoid for transformation.

Base setup

Your base or NTRIP service should be in ETRS89. When setting up a base station on a benchmark, enter ETRS89 geographic coordinates and ellipsoidal height on the Base mode screen of the ReachView 3 settings.

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Portugal Portugal

Rover setup

Choose a coordinate system based on the ETRS89 or PTRA08 datums. If you use ETRS89, you can choose the vertical datum Portugal GEODPT08 height that uses the GEODPT08 geoid for transformation.

Base setup

Your base or NTRIP service should be in ETRS89 or PTRA08, depending on which datum is used. When setting up a base station on a benchmark, enter ETRS89 or PTRA08 geographic coordinates and ellipsoidal height on the Base mode screen of the ReachView 3 settings.

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Romania Romania

Rover setup

Choose a coordinate system based on the Pulkovo 1942 (58) datum. Then choose the vertical datum Romania MN75 height that uses the MN75 geoid for transformation.

Base setup

Your base or NTRIP service should be in ETRS89. The Stereo70_ERTS89A grid is used to perform the datum conversion. When setting up a base station on a benchmark, enter ETRS89 geographic coordinates and ellipsoidal height on the Base mode screen of the ReachView 3 settings.

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Slovakia Slovakia

Rover setup

Choose a coordinate system based on the S-JTSK or S-JTSK [JTSK03] datums. Then choose the vertical datum: Baltic 1957 depth, Baltic 1957 height, or EVRF2007 height. The following geoids are used to perform the transformation: Slovakia_ETRS89h_to_Baltic1957 or Slovakia_ETRS89h_to_EVRF2007.

Base setup

Your base or NTRIP service should be in ETRS89. The Slovakia_JTSK03_to_JTSK grid and Helmert (7-parameters) are used to perform the datum conversion. When setting up a base station on a benchmark, enter ETRS89 geographic coordinates and ellipsoidal height on the Base mode screen of the ReachView 3 settings.

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Slovenia Slovenia

Rover setup

Choose a coordinate system based on the Slovenia 1996 datum. Then choose the vertical datum: SVS2000 height that uses SLOAMG2000 geoid or SVS2010 height that requires the SLOVRP2016 geoid for transformations.

Base setup

Your base or NTRIP service should be in Slovenia 1996. When setting up a base station on a benchmark, enter Slovenia 1996 geographic coordinates and ellipsoidal height on the Base mode screen of the ReachView 3 settings.

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Serbia Serbia

Rover setup

Choose a coordinate system based on the SRB_ETRS89 datum. For now, ReachView 3 doesn’t support vertical datums for Serbia.

Base setup

Your base or NTRIP service should be in SRB_ETRS89. When setting up a base station on a benchmark, enter SRB_ETRS89 geographic coordinates and ellipsoidal height on the Base mode screen of the ReachView 3 settings.

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South Africa South Africa

Rover setup

Choose a coordinate system based on the Hartebeesthoek94 datum. Then choose the vertical datum South Africa SAGEOID2010 height that uses SAGEOID2010 geoid for transformations.

Base setup

Your base or NTRIP service should be in Hartebeesthoek94. When setting up a base station on a benchmark, enter Hartebeesthoek94 geographic coordinates and ellipsoidal height on the Base mode screen of the ReachView 3 settings.

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South Korea South Korea

Rover setup

Choose a coordinate system based on the Korea 2000 datum. Then select one of the available vertical datums: South Korea KNGEOID13 height, South Korea KNGEOID14 height, South Korea KNGEOID18 height. The following geoids are used to perform the transformation: KNGEOID13, KNGEOID14, KNGEOID18.

Base setup

Your base or NTRIP service should be in Korea 2000. When setting up a base station on a benchmark, enter Korea 2000 geographic coordinates and ellipsoidal height on the Base mode screen of the ReachView 3 settings.

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Spain Spain

Rover setup

Choose a coordinate system based on the ETRS89 datum. Then choose the vertical datum: Alicante height or Ceuta 2 height. These vertical datums use the EGM08_REDNAP geoid for transformation.

Base setup

Your base or NTRIP service should be in ETRS89. When setting up a base station on a benchmark, enter ETRS89 geographic coordinates and ellipsoidal height on the Base mode screen of the ReachView 3 settings.

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Sweden Sweden

Rover setup

Choose a coordinate system based on the SWEREF99 datum. Then choose the vertical datum RH2000 height that uses the SWEN17_RH2000 geoid for transformation.

Base setup

Your base or NTRIP service should be in SWEREF99. When setting up a base station on a benchmark, enter SWEREF99 geographic coordinates and ellipsoidal height on the Base mode screen of the ReachView 3 settings.

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Switzerland Switzerland

Rover setup

Choose a coordinate system based on the CH1903 or CH1903+ datums. Then choose the vertical datum: LHN95 height or LN02 height. The following geoids are used to perform the transformation: CHGEO04_ETRF or CHGEO04_HT_ETRF.

Base setup

Your base or NTRIP service should be in ETRS89. The CHENyx06 grid and Helmert (7-parameters) are used to perform the datum conversion. When setting up a base station on a benchmark, enter ETRS89 geographic coordinates and ellipsoidal height on the Base mode screen of the ReachView 3 settings.

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United Kingdom United Kingdom

Rover setup

Choose a coordinate system based on the OSGB 1936 datum. Then choose one of the vertical datums: Belfast height, Douglas height, ODN (Offshore) height, ODN Orkney height, ODN height, St. Marys height, or Stornoway height. The following geoids are used to perform the transformation: OSGM15_Belfast or OSGM15_GB.

Base setup

Your base or NTRIP service should be in ETRS89. The OSTN15 grid is used to perform the datum conversion. When setting up a base station on a benchmark, enter ETRS89 geographic coordinates and ellipsoidal height on the Base mode screen of the ReachView 3 settings.

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United Sates United Sates

Rover setup

Choose a coordinate system based on the NAD83 (2011), NAD83 (MA11), or NAD83 (PA11) datums. Then choose one of the vertical datums: ASVD02 height, GUVD04 height, NAVD88 height, NAVD88 (GEOID12B) height, NMVD03 height, PRVD02 height, PRVD02 (GEOID12B) height, VIVD09 height, or VIVD09 (GEOID12B) height. The following geoids are used to perform the transformation: GEOID12B or GEOID18.

Base setup

Your base or NTRIP service should be in NAD83 (2011), NAD83 (MA11), or NAD83 (PA11). When setting up a base station on a benchmark, enter corresponding geographic coordinates and ellipsoidal height on the Base mode screen of the ReachView 3 settings.

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I can’t find my country in the list

We are permanently expanding the list of the countries from EPSG and IGN registres

For now, you can use the coordinate system wizard or follow our updates on social media. If you want to help us with gathering information about the desirable CRS, please send us a message.

Coordinate systems wizard

For areas without a predefined coordinate system, ReachView 3 has a wizard for manual coordinate system creation.

Get started with manual CRS
  1. Enter datum, transformation parameters, and projection
  2. Specify your geoid
  3. Start your survey
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Easy access to full information about the receiver

  • Tap up-middle of the screen
  • Receiver battery charge
  • Type of Internet connection
  • Satellites in view
  • Receiver solution status

Surveying
with ReachView 3

Point collection with ReachView

Point collection
with survey tool

Forget about manually naming and saving each point. The app automatically increments the name of each point, so after "fence 1" you will have "fence 2".

You can also add a description to each point. The point’s data contains coordinates, RMS, and collection time.

Point stakeout with ReachView

Stakeout

ReachView 3 guides you like a navigator. To find point’s position on the ground move the receiver to align the area on the screen.

Logging control in ReachView

Export and import survey data

Export and import data in CSV, DXF, and Shapefile formats which are used by CAD, GIS, and most of the professional survey software. Share collected data using WhatsApp, Drive, Mail, or any other file-sharing app on your phone.

Export and import format

CSV, DXF, Shapefile

Configure Reach receivers

With ReachView 3, you can control your Reach unit. Set up a base station, log RINEX data, configure output — everything in one app.

Configure Reach receivers

With ReachView 3, you can control your Reach unit. Set up a base station, log RINEX data, configure output — everything in one app.

User reviews

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James Lamping California, USA

Emlid has redesigned the app ReachView 3 so that it is no longer a web app, but a fully native iOS or Android app. This means that you can view and export your survey points from your phone even after you disconnect from your receiver! Another really great feature that was added is the ability to choose your coordinate system and vertical datum!

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Rory Gillies Scotland, UK

We had a job observing control points for an aerial survey. It went great, surveyed straight to ETRS89 with Lerwick height. It was close to gale force winds but surveying with the RS2 is fun in any weather!

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  • “It works brilliantly. I tested all the EPSG codes I need nationally, and it also allows to download a 2mb height set with a custom vertical EPSG. I use NTRIP and get a fix immediately. I switched completely from our other gear, as this is much faster. I can actually argue that I spend less than half the time surveying now.”

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