Point One Navigation expands location data to Great Britain

Point One Navigation expands location data to Great Britain

Point One Navigation, a location data provider, announced that it has expanded its precision location solutions to cover all of Great Britain.

Point One Navigation, a location data provider, announced that it has expanded its precision location solutions to cover all of Great Britain.

Point One says it has integrated Ordnance Survey (OS net)’s base stations into its Polaris Network to bring a new level of accuracy, precision, reliability and interoperability to the U.K. Point One’s affordable, accurate and reliable precise location are now available within this region, creating a huge potential waiting to be unlocked by application developers in ADAS, robotics and mapping, among others. 

“Ordnance Survey was a perfect partner on Point One’s quest to bring reliable, precise positioning to the globe. The addition of OS net’s base stations to the Polaris network will bring the advanced positioning capabilities that our industries and innovators need,” said James Mactavish, partner channel manager from Ordnance Survey.

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