NavCom’s StarFire Network achieves centimeter-level accuracy without a base station

NavCom’s StarFire Network is a global satellite-based augmentation system (GSBAS) that provides real-time accuracy, typically better than 5 centimeters. To accomplish this, StarFire utilizes a network of more than 40 GNSS reference stations around the world to compute GNSS satellite orbit and clock corrections. The precise point positioning (PPP) service requires no base station, saving users time and hardware costs.

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