Intermoor GNSS Equipent Order for Veripos

Wednesday, October 07, 2009

Veripos has received a major order for integrated mobile GNSS receiver equipment from the world’s largest full-service mooring company, InterMoor, an Acteon Company.

The equipment, comprising ten Veripos LD3-GI and four LD2-G2 integrated demodulator and GNSS receivers, is being supplied together with upgrades of existing LD2-G1 and LD2-G2 units.  Veripos will also provide the Aberdeen-based organization with a full range of GNSS positioning services under an exclusive five-year contract in support of its expanding worldwide activities, which include over 120 annual rig movements in deep to ultra-deep waters.

Together with upgraded units, the new equipment will ensure continued high-precision positioning operations using Veripos’ Standard GNSS augmentation service and Ultra decimetre-accuracy precise point positioning facilities supported by Verify-QC software suites for real-time assessment and post-processing of data.   Meanwhile, Veripos has recently provided hardware and software training for a number of InterMoor’s new Brazilian survey operations personnel ahead of upcoming projects in local waters.
 

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