Latest Tide Measurement Suite Launched by C-Nav

Press Release
Tuesday, June 04, 2013

US-based C-Nav Solutions launch its latest GNSS Real-time tide measurement package, C-Tides.

The company says that its C-Tides suite combines the exceptional vertical accuracy of C-Nav's GNSS Precise Point Positioning service with the latest advanced ocean and coastal tides models.

C-Tides Online features real-time filters and vessel dynamics, choice of world-wide Mean Sea Surface or regional reference frame models, and tidal prediction for mission planning. 



C-Tides Offline utilities include data smoothing and outlier rejection, harmonic analysis, Doodson X0 filter and a LAT option.  



Head of Development, Russell Morton announcing the launch commented, "It's been a privilege working with our academic partners to develop what is probably the worlds' most advanced real-time GNSS tide solution."

C-Tides is a fully supported C-Nav utility.  The results are suitable for combining with other suitably calibrated vertical components to achieve IHO SP44 Order 1 or better.  



C-Nav, a division of C & C Technologies, is a leading provider of high level GNSS positioning solutions including the unique C-Nav Precise Point Positioning solutions and range of GNSS receivers, long range Ultra RTK, C-Monitor, C-NaviGatore, C7000 multi-receiver, C-Mariner range of RLGs and INS, P3QC quality package and the acclaimed C-Scape online GNSS/DP suite.

www.cnav.com

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