Discover the Power of Swift Navigation’s Low-Cost, High-Accuracy GPS Solutions at AUVSI XPONENTIAL 2018
In addition to Visiting Swift at Booth 3311, Join Swift Leaders for an Educational Session about “The Role of RTK in the Autonomous System Sensor Suite” on May 2
San Francisco, CA and Denver, CO—May 1, 2018—Swift Navigation, a San Francisco-based tech firm building centimeter-accurate GPS technology to power a world of autonomous vehicles, today announced that the company will be exhibiting and speaking at AUVSI XPONENTIAL 2018 in Denver, CO from May 1-May 3. XPONENTIAL 2018, held at the Colorado Convention Center, is the largest and most comprehensive trade show for unmanned systems and robotics. See the latest GNSS offerings from Swift Navigation at booth 3311 and follow along on social media @AUVSIshow and #auvsiXPO.
At XPONENTIAL 2018, Swift Navigation will be featuring its multi-band, multi-constellation Real-Time Kinematics (RTK) GNSS receiver, the Piksi® Multi GNSS Module, and its Duro® Ruggedized Receiver, an easy-to-deploy GNSS sensor that is protected against weather, moisture, vibration, dust, water immersion and the unexpected that can occur in long-term outdoor deployments—ideal for robotics applications. The company will also be featuring its newest Internet service Skylark™, a one-of-a-kind cloud-based GNSS corrections service that delivers affordable, fast, centimeter-level accuracy and eliminates the complexity of deploying and maintaining GNSS networks.
“XPONENTIAL 2018 is the ideal venue for Swift to showcase its end-to-end ecosystem of products and cloud services, including our most recent innovation, Skylark,” said Diana Schlosser, Executive Vice President of Marketing at Swift Navigation. “We are excited to demonstrate our low-cost, centimeter-accurate GNSS solutions to the unmanned systems industry.”
On May 2 from 3:15-3:45 pm, Swift Navigation’s Product Manager Akshay Bandiwdekar and Sales Executive David Fischer will lead an educational session on “The Role of RTK in the Autonomous System Sensor Suite.” Join them in Room 203, where they will discuss how one sensor—a multi-band, multi-constellation RTK GNSS receiver—is a unique sensor in autonomy, as the only sensor within the autonomous vehicle sensor suite to deliver absolute position, velocity and time.
Those unable to attend XPONENTIAL 2018 but interested in Swift Navigation’s recent product announcements or looking to learn more about what is next for the company can join Swift’s upcoming webinar with GPS World: Location's Role in the Internet of Things. The webinar takes place on May 17, 2018 and features Fergus Noble, Co-Founder and CTO of Swift Navigation, along with Oliver Cameron, Co-Founder and CEO of Voyage—a company that deploys self-driving taxis in private communities across North America and uses both Skylark and Piksi Multi in its real-world autonomous driving application. Further information about Swift’s solutions is available in the XPONENTIAL 2018 Virtual Press Office.
ABOUT SWIFT NAVIGATION
Swift Navigation, Inc. was founded in 2012 to make GPS positioning technology more accurate and affordable. Today Swift Navigation has gained a reputation for defining a new category of GNSS systems as the industry’s first low-cost, high accuracy real-time kinematics (RTK) receiver. Its GPS and GNSS positioning products are available at a fraction of the price of the competition and deliver 100 times better accuracy than the GPS in a cell phone. Swift Navigation’s technology benefits a multitude of industries and applications—including autonomous vehicles, unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs), precision agriculture, robotics, surveying and space. With its innovation and technology honored by Inc.’s and Forbes 30 Under 30 lists, Swift Navigation is enabling a world where fields farm themselves, drones fly safely and autonomous transportation can take you home. Swift Navigation provides an end-to-end GNSS solution with a line of Piksi® Multi and Duro® receivers and Skylark™ Cloud Corrections Service. Learn more online at swiftnav.com, follow Swift on Twitter @Swiftnav