Shanghai, China: CHC announced the availability of Nava GPS handheld series designed for any meter-level GPS mapping applications such as in forestry, agriculture, utilities, and local government, which are mainly capturing data about assets.
According to the company’s press statement, Nava GPS are easy-to-use and provide the necessary features for data collection and mapping including point, line and area data capture, import and export to MIF and SHP format.
“The Nava GPS series is a clear sign of our commitment to further address the GIS market by offering cost effective data collection solutions to our customers,” said George Zhao, CEO of CHC. “In addition, the Nava GPS are perfectly fitting our Survey and GIS dealers’ product portfolio in combination to traditional survey-grade equipment.”
The Nava Series has an embedded 20 channels high sensitivity SIRF III chipset featuring extremely fast satellite acquisition and reliable positioning even in harsh environment. Nava GPS provides 3-5 meters accuracy in GPS mode and up to 1-3 meters when receiving SBAS satellites corrections.