Trimble Australia announces that its innovative CenterPoint RTX correction service is now available for heavy civil construction applications.
Available worldwide as a subscription service, Trimble CenterPoint RTX will offer construction companies a flexible and easy-to-deploy option for conducting pre-bid reconnaissance and initial site measurements without using a traditional base station. The satellite-based 3D positioning service offers an easy alternative to the traditional GPS base station.
Roz Buick, vice president and general manager of Trimble's Heavy Civil Construction Division explains that CenterPoint RTX offered for heavy construction applications further extends the Trimble Connected Site strategy to simplify site operations. CenterPoint RTX will make it easier to collect high-quality data in the early phases of site establishment, improving material estimates and job bids. With more accurate material estimates and bids, contractors can incur fewer change orders and avoid unnecessary costs and delays.
Based on Trimble RTX technology, CenterPoint RTX is a satellite-delivered positioning source that streams GNSS corrections to rover systems with the Trimble SPS985 GNSS Smart Antenna, SPS985L GNSS Smart Antenna or SPS855 GNSS Modular Receiver.
The CenterPoint RTX service is the ideal correction source for construction sites in the pre-bid and site planning phases. Construction surveyors and estimating teams can use CenterPoint RTX to perform topographic surveys, estimate quantities and conduct site planning quickly and easily, before a base station is needed on site for machine control and other high-accuracy applications.
Patricia Boothe, general manager of Trimble's Positioning Services Division adds that Trimble strives to provide advanced GNSS correction services that fit their customer’s specific needs and applications. For the heavy civil construction industry, this means a job crew can arrive on a new construction site and begin conducting site measurements and collecting data right away. CenterPoint RTX also makes it easier to work on multiple construction sites with the same rover system, and there is no need to pair the rover with an existing base station at each individual site.
Trimble CenterPoint RTX is a subscription service available through Trimble Positioning Services in North America, South America, most of Europe, Russia and the Commonwealth of Independent States (CIS), Africa, Asia and Australasia.