CORS Technology

Continuously Operating Reference Stations (CORS) represent a cutting-edge geodetic technology designed to establish a comprehensive and reliable framework for precise positioning. This innovative system is characterized by strategically positioned reference stations, each equipped with advanced GNSS (Global Navigation Satellite System) receivers. These receivers are specifically engineered to capture signals emitted by GNSS satellites continuously, ensuring uninterrupted operation 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. By leveraging CORS, professionals can access a wealth of geodetic information that contributes to precise and reliable location data. Its robust and continuous operation ensures that users have access to high-quality data, empowering them to make informed decisions and achieve optimal outcomes in their respective domains.

Advantages of Luwes Mobile CORS

• Support Beidou

Beidou is a GNSS installation built by China, placing its satellites in three types of orbits with diverse positions. This enhances GNSS observations, resulting in more data to improve accuracy.

• Support Choke Ring Antenna

In Luwes Mobile CORS, options are available for its antenna, including a Choke Ring antenna used for permanent measurement bases or a Geodetic antenna used for temporary measurement bases.

• Mobile

With a design that incorporates the functions of a receiver, PC, power supply, and modem/LAN cable in one unit, Luwes Mobile CORS is easy to use, especially during installation or base relocation.

• Affordable Prices

The Luwes Mobile CORS system is built as a low-cost system with competitive accuracy and quality compared to existing base stations. Its more affordable price and good quality make CORS systems suitable for various regions.