OxTS adds GeoNAV to their growing array

OxTS adds GeoNAV to their growing array of Survey and Mapping Distributors

OxTS is delighted to announce that they have added to their growing army of survey and mapping distributors by appointing GeoNAV Satellite systems.

GeoNAV satellite systems has over 22 years’ experience in state-of-the-art positioning and navigation systems, and they will provide sales and support services to those looking to access OxTS’ technology for mapping applications.

GeoNAV will be responsible for distributing OxTS’ range of survey-specific Inertial Navigation Systems and associated software throughout California.

Simon Thompson, Business Manager for the Survey and Mapping division at OxTS said:

I’m really pleased to have partnered up with GeoNAV. Our Survey and Mapping business is expanding, and we want to make sure we have strong representation for our customers in all areas.
GeoNAV will work with us in California, USA to offer sales and support services to those looking to access our technology for mapping applications. I’m excited about the difference this will make for us and our customers there.
Simon Thompson, Business Manager, OxTS

The distribution agreement will see GeoNAV be responsible for sales and support of OxTS’ flagship INS the Survey+, the newly released xNAV650 (OxTS’ smallest and lightest ever INS) and the xOEM Board Set. Interested parties will also be able to purchase OxTS’ LiDAR georeferencing software OxTS Georeferencer via GeoNAV.

For more information on OxTS’ range of Survey and Mapping related products you can take a look at their website – www.oxts.com or alternatively, if you are based in California you can contact GeoNAV directly and they will be happy to assist.

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