One way to optimize geodetic andCadastral work is work in real time (RTK). However, successful operation in this mode is possible either at a small distance from the base stations or in the presence of a network of stations.
Usually there is no own network for the surveyor (or organization).
But this can be corrected by connecting to a non-commercial satellite data exchange service.
You will need
- - Constantly operating satellite stations, issued no later than 2000
- - Field kit
- - The Internet
- - Any legal entity
To obtain navigation corrections to work in theRTK mode you need to connect to the service of the non-commercial Data X-change Data Club - this is the only way to get them free of charge. To connect, you need to install a permanent reference station - this is a condition for entering the service.
It is necessary to inform about the desire to enter the Data Exchange Club - Data X-change to the Club's operator Rusnavegeet.
It is necessary to choose data from which base stations,Members of the "Data X-change Data Exchange Club" you want to receive - in other words, you need to determine in which territory you need high-precision navigation corrections.
After selecting the desired stations, you need to signThe agreement on entering the Data Exchange Club - Data X-change - requires a legal entity (anyone, from IP to CC). Also you will need to specify the data to connect to the reference station - this is the IP address, port, and the current data transfer protocols.
After that you will get access to 3RTK connections and unlimited raw data flow in the territory within the coverage area of the base station included in the Data X-change Data Exchange Club. In this case, the coordinate information from your base station will be available to other participants of the Data X-change Data Exchange Club.