Hemisphere GNSS designs and manufactures innovative and cost-effective GNSS and complimentary products for positioning, guidance, and machine control applications. We have established numerous patents and other intellectual property and are a global company with sales in more than 55 countries. Our innovative receiver and antenna technology are sold on the board level to OEM integrators and as positioning and navigation components for use in marine, mapping, survey applications, and more.
Hemisphere GNSS has succeeded by offering the right level of technology for the application. We provide application specific solutions that directly improve performance so that customers immediately realize the benefits and value. The Company is headquartered in Scottsdale, Arizona, USA, with a product development, sales, and marketing facility in Calgary, Alberta, Canada.
Our GNSS products are focused on marine, land survey, construction, mapping, and OEM solutions. Through high-precision positioning and heading components we address a wide variety of location-based requirements, including hydrographic surveying, navigation, mapping, marine dredging, machine control, and other applications that require reliable real-time sub-meter 3 dimensional centimeter-level positioning.
Our Crescent® single frequency, multi-GNSS receivers have long established a new benchmark for performance, versatility, and value. A variety of accuracy and feature options include Differential GNSS (DGNSS) accuracies of 30 cm to our centimeter-level RTK solutions. Patented GNSS features such as e-Dif® and COAST™ are also available to extend performance when DGNSS signals are not available. The same performance is available in our patented Crescent and Eclipse Vector™ products. They operate as a GNSS compass, processing GNSS data from two antennas to deliver accurate heading that is required for many machine guidance and control applications. Eclipse™ multi-frequency, multi-constellation GNSS technology delivers the highest level of performance and versatility with GPS, Russian GLONASS, China’s BeiDou, and the EU’s Galileo support. Horizontal accuracies of one centimeter are possible through RTK or post-processed solutions.