New iRTK5 Applied in Lop Nur No-Man’s Land
By Lynn Wu,
Product Manager of Hi-Target International
To enhance biodiversity conservation, raise the efficiency of search and rescue, it is significant and necessary to provide accurate geolocation information. With this mission, a surveying team entered Lop Nur, a no-man’s land, with Hi-Target new iRTK5.
A combination of the new iRTK5 with a built-in IMU, and Hi-Target global PPP service was applied in this project. There were serval advantages in the complex geographic environment:
1. No need to set up the base station.
2. Unlimited by data link transmission distance.
3. Unlimited by network signals, and able to achieve an efficient stand-alone operation.
4. Able to directly obtain points with CGCS2000 coordinates without coordinate conversion.