C-NavC1 Corrections Service
The C-Nav® Corrections Service is a global system for the distribution of dynamic DGNSS Precise Point Positioning corrections, giving the user the ability to position anywhere in the world with exceptional reliability and unprecedented accuracy of better than 10 cm (4 inches). The differential GNSS corrections are broadcast via Inmarsat geostationary satellites, thus the user needs no local reference stations or post-processing to get this exceptional accuracy. The worldwide coverage of the geostationary satellites delivers a consistent high level of accuracy virtually anywhere from 72° N to 72° S latitude.
C-NavC2 Corrections Service
The C-Nav® Corrections Service is a global system for the distribution of dynamic DGNSS Precise Point Positioning corrections, giving the user the ability to position anywhere in the world with exceptional reliability and unprecedented accuracy of better than 10 cm (4 inches). The differential GNSS and GLONASS corrections are broadcast via Inmarsat geostationary satellites, thus the user needs no local reference stations or post-processing to get this exceptional accuracy. The worldwide coverage of the geostationary satellites delivers a consistent high level of accuracy virtually anywhere from 72° N to 72° S latitude.
C-Nav customers now have the choice of two independent clock and orbit correction messages with the addition of the C-NavC2 Corrections Service. Like C-NavC1, C-NavC2 correctors are generated in two independent satellite correction services, Net-1 and Net-2.
C-Nav3050 DGNSS Receiver
The C-Nav3050 integrated C-Nav/RTK Extend Receiver provides decimeter-level position accuracy, anywhere in the world, anytime. Powered by the new Sapphire GNSS Engine, the C-Nav3050 provides 66-channel tracking, including multi-constellation support for GPS, and GLONASS. It also provides patented interference rejection and anti-jamming capabilities. The C-Nav3050 is fully upgradeable, allowing users to go from a single-frequency receiver, to multi-frequency with a simple software upgrade. The flexibility of the C-Nav3050 will enable you to adapt to any application, and will give you the confidence to get the job done.
66-channel combined GPS/GNSS/L-band receiver provides decimeter, precise point positioning accuracy worldwide between 72°N and 72°S. Multi-constellation support and tracks GPS, GLONASS, C-Nav, other SBAS (WAAS/EGNOS) signals, and accepts external RTCM input. Corrections over Internet. A choice of data rates make corrections via the internet affordable, and using Iridium delivery, reception at any Latitude is possible.
Small and lightweight for fast and hassle-free setup. Low look angle L-Band antenna. Easily installed in series with the existing GNSS antenna, extends satellite delivered coverage area. Easily configured utilizing C-Setup , a free PC based software and also easily monitored with intuitive front-panel LEDs, a C-NaviGator III Control & Display Unit, or C-Monitor, a C-Nav proprietary PC-based controller software.
C-Nav1000 DGPS Receiver
The C-Nav1000 R4 Navigation system is a stand-alone DGPS sensor which includes a 12-channel GPS receiver and a control/display unit with a 6-inch sunlight readable VGA screen. The system accepts differential correction data from WAAS, EGNOS, MSAS and other satellite-based DGPS transmissions in addition to land-based IALA beacons. It is fully compliant with IMO and IEC specifications for shipboard GPS (Wheelmark and US Coast Guard compliant).
The control and display panel has red, yellow and green "traffic lights" in accordance with IEC RAIM specifications. This visual indication allows for the user to monitor the integrity of the GPS solution in real time. The system can connect to existing or future SAAB AIS systems to ensure that the vessel operates in full compliance with all relevant regulations. The system, combined with the SAAB AIS configuration, will display and control navigation data and AIS information.
C-Nav Inertial Navigation Sensors
Following a multi-year co-operative venture with Honeywell Aerospace, C-Nav can now offer you an INS system using the same hardware trusted by airlines around the world. 1nm/hr navigation quality INS, GNSS quality parameter driven integration, 0.05 deg heading accuracy (1sigma), 66-channel combined GPS/GNSS/L-band receiver provides decimeter, precise point positioning accuracy worldwide between 72°N and 72°S
Over its development period, the original software was adapted from an aircraft environment to perform optimally in even the hardest marine conditions. This was accomplished while maintaining the rigorously tested hardware that was approved by the FAA, for which safety and reliability are paramount.
The Mariner INS uses Honeywell's Ring Laser Gyro technology with a proven track record of 3.6 billion hours in safety of lif applications. Optimized for use with C-Nav 3050 GNSS receiver, the unit is offered in 3 software upgradable versions: CM300 Heading - pitch - roll, CM400 Heading - pitch - roll - heave, and CM600 Heading - pitch - roll - heave - position - velocity.
The C-Mariner uses industry standard data formats for input and output, with a capability of generating custom outputs as an option. A wide variety of interface options and displays are available, including legacy repeater drivers.
C-Nav Controller Solutions & Software
C-NaviGator III Control & Display Unit
The C-NaviGator III is a self-contained, control & display unit that provides visual aids to monitor the quality, performance and accuracy of GNSS position information for any C-Nav receiver.
Displays real-time system and quality information.
Multiple NMEA inputs/selectable outputs.
Intuitive and easy to use interface.
Touch screen display.
On screen help.
Five built-in serial and two USB ports.
Rugged and reliable.
C-Scape is a Windows application designed to provide independent real-time monitoring of any Dynamic Positioning System giving users unprecedented positioning confidence and situational awareness at sea.
C-Scape's intuitive and easy to use interface seamlessly blends multiple sensor inputs for unparalleled position QA/QC and is compatible with DXF object and MMS data file overlays. It is suitable for most dynamically positioned vessels including:
Drilling rig/drilling ship station-keeping
Marine construction and operations
Dive support vessel monitoring
Rig positioning and excursion monitoring
C-Monitor is an MS Windows application intended as a graphical aid to evaluate the performance and reliability of a DGPS or DGNSS system. C-Monitor provides a graphical representation of the numerical information supplied by C-Nav or generic GPS/GNSS receiver equipment as received in the format of the NMEA ASCII messages over an RS232 serial port./p>
There are no navigation calculations performed by this utility. The information enables the user to easily recognize a decrease in reliability of any attribute or measurement of each input device. Additionally, C-Monitor allows "user defined" alarm settings or limits to be preset.
Since the early days of GNSS, it has been the dream of hydrographers to exploit the height ordinate to derive real-time tide information. C-Tides is C-Nav's answer to the dream; two software applications combining the exceptional real-time accuracy of C-Nav with the latest in advanced ocean and coastal models delivering Mean Sea Surface (MSS) elevation in real-time.
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