Veripos Extends Network with Falklands

Tuesday, January 05, 2010

Veripos, a Global Navigation Satellite System (GNSS) positioning solutions to the offshore oil and gas industries, has extended its multi-source Differential GPS service for South Atlantic and Southern Ocean regions with the establishment of new reference station facilities in the Falkland Islands. The new station will help facilitate further positioning support for a range of offshore positioning and survey tasks by delivering augmentation on the 98W and AORW Inmarsat communications beams. User guidance on how to manually add Falklands to Veripos’ Verify station listings are located at the Knowledge Base section of its Online Support System (VOSS) (http://help.veripos.com).

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