CHINA SATELLITE NAVIGATION EXPO OPENS IN NANCHANG

Author: SOUTHDate: June 03, 2021View: 202

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The 12th China Satellite Navigation Conference and China Satellite Navigation Expo (CSNE2021) opened on May 26 to 28 in Nanchang, Jiangxi province.




The 12th China Satellite Navigation Conference and China Satellite Navigation Expo (CSNE2021) opened on May 26 to 28 in Nanchang, Jiangxi province. With the theme of "Empowering the future with spatiotemporal data", this expo aims to promote the deep integration of satellite navigation and 5G, artificial intelligence, Internet, big data and other fields, as well as the development of digitization and informatization, and promote the innovation of satellite navigation technology, achievements transformation and industrial updating and upgrading.


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As a provider of BDS high precision satellite positioning application solutions, South GNSS Navigation, a subsidiary of South Group, shows BDS disaster monitoring application solutions, smart UAV aerial survey systems and application solutions, 3D laser scanning systems, marine survey equipment and application solutions, BDS high precision intelligent terminals and multi-industry application solutions at the Expo, demonstrating BDS precision and the strength of South Group.


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South has been engaged in BDS high precision application solutions for more than ten years. At present, South BDS high precision intelligent terminals have been used for dozens of surveying and mapping geographic information, land surveys, land disaster monitoring and prevention, communications, gas, electricity, water conservancy, agriculture, transportation, parks, etc. 


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Disaster prevention and mitigation


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BDS + UAV : Smart aerial survey


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BDS + Big data cloud platform: Digital Construction


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In- and Outdoor Integrated Positioning


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Marine surveying and mapping solutions


A series of new products were unveiled at the expo.


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New smart RTK


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3D laser scanner: SD1500


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Intelligent total station with android system

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