SST Software and Eos Positioning sign agreement

SST Software and Eos Positioning Systems announced a technology partnership to deliver in-field mobility solutions to precision agricultural service providers. The offering is now available to Sirrus for iPad users. The new pairing allows agronomists and service providers to have reliable geospatial tools when and where they need it.

"We strive to deliver quality convenience and precise data through Sirrus for iPad," Drew McMahon, SST Software product manager for Sirrus said. "The technology partnership with Eos Positioning Systems will offer the service reliability and real-time accuracy our users depend on while in the field. Sirrus for iPad users will have the capability to come within an inch of accuracy when creating a field boundary."

Instead of relying on iOS location updates, Sirrus for iPad users can purchase one of Eos' Arrow series GNSS products to stay connected anytime, anywhere. This connectivity coupled with Real-Time Kinematic (RTK) or submeter receivers provides the location accuracy and quality needed when creating field boundaries and collecting data. Eos' Arrow Series real-time positioning creates efficient workflow with universal Bluetooth and multi-frequency capabilities.

Based in Canada, Eos Positioning Systems, Inc. specializes in the design and manufacture of high-accuracy global navigation satellite system receivers (GNSS) for geographic information system (GIS) mapping and surveying.

 

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