Thanks to the embedded Ashtech Z-Blade technology as well as GPS and GLONASS signals tracking, ProMark 120 provides high-precision measurements even in very demanding or obstructed environments.
ProMark 120 is the most versatile post-processing solution, designed for easy and efficient land survey applications. ProMark 120 solution includes a rugged GNSS handheld receiver running Windows Embedded Handheld 6.5 operating system, ProMark Field software and the ASH-660 (L1 GPS/GLONASS) antenna.
Outstanding GPS & GLONASS Performance Thanks to the embedded Ashtech Z-Blade technology as well as GPS and GLONASS signals tracking, ProMark 120 provides high-precision measurements even in very demanding or obstructed environments. Its exceptional post-processing performance and short occupation time deliver a very productive solution to the field crews.
Unparalled Ease-Of-Use The very intuitive ProMark Field software is designed for simple and trouble-free use providing all necessary tools without any unnecessary or complicated features. Its lightweight, but rugged and waterproof handheld design, all-day-long autonomy, and large memory make ProMark 120 a perfect solution for easy and efficient post-processing.
Versatile Solution Designed as a scalable solution, ProMark 120 can be easily also used not only in post-processing but also in RTK or GIS applications. Built on the state-of the-art Windows Embedded Handheld 6.5 based platform with built-in wireless communications, ProMark 120 is a truly versatile and complete offering.
Outstanding GPS & GLONASS performance
Extended productivity in obstructed conditions
Unparalleled ease-of-use in the field
Intuitive ProMark Field software
Lightweight and rugged handheld design
Versatile solution: postprocessing, RTK, GIS
All-day-long operation with extended memory and battery
BMS LaserSat | Global, Laser and Optical Positioning Solutions
BMS LaserSat Pty Ltd has been selling and servicing laser and machine control systems since 1979. Initially based in North Queensland, we have represented Spectra Physics Laserplane, which later became ...