NavCom Signs Distribution Agreement With Navtech

Tuesday, April 08, 2003
NavCom Technology, Inc. announced that it has signed a sales representation and distribution agreement with Navtech Seminars & GPS Supply Company to make NavCom's line of high-quality, high-accuracy StarFire(tm) dual frequency GPS receivers more widely available throughout North America. "NavCom views this alliance with Navtech as a way to add value to NavCom's customers, expand our domestic distribution network and provide greater visibility for what is arguably the most accurate, affordable, sub-decimeter level GPS on the market today, " said NavCom GPS product manager Kevin Dixon. "Navtech is pleased to add NavCom products and services to its GPS Supply Division and NavCom's GPS experts to our roster of Seminar instructors." said Navtech Chairman and Technical Director, Keith McDonald. "In fact, this June in Annapolis GPS professionals will have the opportunity to take a course on 'GPS: Real-Time, High Accuracy Techniques for Global and Wide Area System Implementation' taught by NavCom Principal and Co-Founder Ronald Hatch, Sr." "We specialize in integrating components from a wide variety of suppliers in order to provide cost-effective, non-proprietary GPS systems to our clients." added Navtech Vice President for GPS Technical Sales, Franck Boynton. "The addition of the NavCom Technology product line enables us to provide our customers with the benefits of NavCom's sub-decimeter accuracy StarFire(tm) differential GPS service." Navtech Seminars & GPS Supply (www.navtechGPS.com) has been the world's leading supplier of GPS educational services since 1984, offering more than 20 technical short courses on GPS operations, integration, and applications. The GPS Supply Division offers equipment, software, books and accessories from over 50 manufacturers, including designing turnkey systems for specific client applications such as the installation of GPS signal re-transmitting units for indoor reception of the GPS signal. NavCom Technology, Inc., a John Deere Company (NYSE:DE), is a leading provider of advanced GPS products for OEMs, VARs and system integrators needing high performance RTK systems, global decimeter-level DGPS corrections, geodetic quality GPS receivers, wireless communication products and engineering consulting in the areas of precise positioning and wireless communications.
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