Carlosn SurveyGNSS post-processing software is a fully automated solution designed to easily process raw GNSS data from different receiver brands. It is an open solution that processes GPS as well as Glonass signal. With Carlosn SurveyGNSS, all you need is your GNSS data files and a link to the Internet. At the touch of a single key, Carlosn SurveyGNSS searches the Internet to retrieve the best base station data. It’s advanced algorithms process your source data to get the best accuracy out of your GNSS raw data. Carlosn SurveyGNSS is compatible with multiple base station networks as well as multiple raw data formats. It provides all the flexibility you need with its graphical (Plan View) and Windows Explorer (Project Manager) user interfaces.
Carlson SurveyGNSS post-processing software is a reliable and precise tool for all post-processing applications and is tightly integrated into the Carlson field and office workflow. See Features below for recent improvements.
Carlson SurveyGNSS allows users to:
Achieve high accuracy results in areas with limited or no real-time corrections
Import GNSS observations from any GNSS receiver in RINEX format
Accept GNSS observations in a variety of proprietary formats
Get intuitive user interface with tables, maps and graphs
Improve the quality of single frequency GIS data
Interact efficiently with Carlson SurvCE, SurvPC and Carlson office software
Do quality control of GNSS data before export to Survey or GIS software
In keeping with the Carlson hallmark of interoperability with the greatest amount of GNSS hardware, SurveyGNSS is designed to accept GNSS data from any receiver in RINEX format. Furthermore, it will also accept proprietary GNSS data in an increasing number of manufacturer formats including NovAtel, Hemisphere GNSS, Altus/Septentrio, and Javad. Additional manufacturer formats will be added in concert with manufacturer cooperation and customer demand.
Carlson SurveyGNSS is developed in partnership with WaSoft of Dresden, Germany, and its proven line of GNSS software technologies.