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Hi Surveyors,

This is Nick Zhu from China. I got MSc in Engineering Surveying and Geodesy (accredited by RICS and ICES) at The University of Nottingham Ningbo China. Now I'm working for ComNav Technology Ltd, the original GNSS manufacturer in China.

ComNav is the first Chinese company developing and producing combined GNSS (GPS, GLONASS and BeiDou) OEM board, which has been integrated by other famous RTK producer and widely used for many applications like land surveying, monitoring, UAV and mechanical control.

Now we are promoting new generation RTK receiver T300. It combines lots of advantages: multi-constellation and multi-frequency, ultra small and light (0.95kg including 2 batteries), hot-swappable batteries and in-built UHF and GPRS, etc. Attached datasheet for your reference.

You can find the brochures here.

You can see the T300 videos of training, testing and performance here.

Contact me if you would like to be our dealer in your region or to buy this smart RTK system to speed up your surveying work.

Email: [email protected]; [email protected]
Skype: xszhuquan
WhatsApp: +86 15867480520

Best Regards,

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