GrafNav is NovAtel’s static/kinematic baseline processor.
Waypoint’s GrafNav/GrafNet is designed to achieve accuracies down to the centimetre level.
- Moving baseline processing: relative positioning and velocity between two kinematic antennas
- Heading determination between two fixed antenna on the same moving vehicle
- Improved accuracy through forward and reverse processing
- Static and kinematic processing
- Compatible with multiple receiver manufacturers for maximum flexibility
- NovAtel’s AdVance® RTK
- Support for GPS L1/L2/L2C and GLONASS
- Differential and Precise Point Positioning (PPP) processing
- Provides best possible position accuracy, down to the centimetre level
- Streamlined Project Wizard for quick startup
- Built-in processing profiles for airborne, ground and marine applications
- Support for multiple base stations
- Industry standard for GNSS post-processing
Enhanced GNSS Accuracy through Post-Processing
In post-processing applications, the raw GNSS data is collected and stored for use after the mission. GrafNav takes advantage of features like differential processing using base station data, processing forward and backward in time and the application of precise satellite clock and orbit information in order to generate a much more accurate solution than what may be possible in real time.
Flexible, High Quality Solutions
Support of native receiver formats from multiple manufacturers means that GrafNav will likely work with your existing hardware. Multiple quality control features are built in to the software so that the quality of the solution is never in question. The base station download utility allows access to thousands of publicly available reference stations and Precise Point Positioning (PPP) means that for many applications, no base station is required.
GrafNav allows for GPS post-processing between two moving platforms. By processing directly between two moving kinematic objects, the accuracy of the relative trajectory can be improved significantly over that of a stationary base, particularly if the base station distance is much larger than the relative distance. If the two antennae are fix mounted, then heading can also be computed.
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