Swift Navigation provides Skylark wide-area corrections services to enable lane-level positioning performance.
Skylark corrections enable the handset to operate at lane-level accuracy, improving backend services and consumer in-vehicle experience. The Skylark correction stream is available as either carrier-phase or code-phase differential GNSS (DGNSS) resolution, provided in leading-edge state space representation (SSR) format or traditional observation state representation (OSR) format.
True, lane-level guidance and driving alerts, improved vertical assessment and increased accuracy in finding/ confirming Point of Arrival. Higher accuracy positioning also allows backend mapping services to update maps to truth faster in areas such as construction zones.
Skylark delivers lane-level accuracy which is critical so users know exactly where on the road they are. This accuracy makes it possible for mapping apps to update in real-time and notify users if they have missed, or soon will miss, an exit and need to re-route. This accuracy makes it clear if users are traveling on a main highway or an access road, improving user confidence in map products.
Businesses that rely on maps via mobile devices—whether connecting to its workforce or its customers—require accuracy for efficiency. With the subscription-based Skylark precise positioning service, mobile devices can connect to a network, with ever expanding geographic coverage, to determine their precise location.