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Hemisphere GNSS
Hemisphere GNSS, Inc.
IndustryTechnology Manufacturer
Founded2013
Headquarters,
United States
Area served
International
Key people
Farlin Halsey, President & CEO
ServicesGNSS-Based Positioning and Heading, Guidance & Navigation, Machine control, and L-band GNSS corrections
Number of employees
110+

Hemisphere GNSS designs and manufactures precision GPS and GNSS products and technology for positioning, heading, guidance, navigation, machine control, and L-band correction service applications.[1] The company's products and technology are used in agricultural, marine, surveying, GIS mapping, and machine control markets.[2]

Hemisphere GNSS is headquartered in Scottsdale, Arizona; with product development facilities in Hiawatha, Kansas, Calgary, Canada, and Winnipeg, Canada.

Hemisphere GNSS is a privately held company that was created in 2013 when Hemisphere GPS was purchased by Beijing UniStrong Science & Technology Co. Ltd., with Hemisphere GPS becoming AgJunction.[3]

Atlas is a satellite-based augmentation system (SBAS) service owned and operated by Hemisphere GNSS. Atlas correction signals are proprietary, and a subscription must be purchased from Hemisphere GNSS in order to receive a subscription authorization. To access Atlas corrections the user must have an Atlas-capable receiver. Atlas-capable receivers are available from Hemisphere GNSS.

Products

  • Positioning
  • Positioning and heading
  • Peripherals
  • Atlas GNSS-based global L-band correction service

External links

References

  1. ^ GIM International Magazine - Company Views Article
  2. ^ Inside GNSS - Feature Article
  3. ^ "Hemisphere GPS Sells Precision Business to Chinese UniStrong". GPS World. 2013-02-05. Retrieved .

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