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Real Time GNSS positioning service in Switzerland


I need to do a topographic survey in Switzerland, and I would like to know if I can subscribe, just for a short period, to a Ntrip correction positioning service that I can use with my Sokkia GRX1 GNSS receiver.

Anyone knows what products are available for real-time GNSS correction in Switzerland?

Many thanks in advance,


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  • Student Surveyor

    Hi Massimo,
    we use Trimble GNSS Receiver and total stations sold by a company that has two offices in Switzerland.

    The website is in German ( or French ( but you may just write them an e-mail and they'll probably able to help you. ([email protected])

    I hope that's helpful for you.


    • Land Surveyor

      Thanks a lot for the information.

      Best regards,


  • Hello Massimo, 

    I’m representing HIVE — the most easy-to-use platform for getting RTK-corrections & RINEX archieves from existing ground-based reference stations. I would love to help you, however we’re not present in Europe so far. So, you can follow us here: and see when we “arrive” to Europe.

    We will have daily subscriptions.

    Where are you usually working by the way?



    • Land Surveyor

      Thank you.

      I generally work in Italy and some other countries in Europe.

      Thanks for the information.

      Kind regards,


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