OriginGPS claims to offer smallest GNSS module

March 16, 2017 // By Jean-Pierre Joosting
At 4.1- x 4.1-mm, the ORG 4500 series from OriginGPS claims to be the smallest ever Global Navigation Satellite System (GNSS) module, and has performance and integration that are unmatched in the marketplace that supports ultra-compact applications for both GPS and GLONASS.

The ORG 4500, kin to the lean and mean ORG 4400 series introduced last year, addresses the ever-increasing demand for high precision with the smallest possible footprint, and takes the company's ground-breaking ultra-small form factor to a new level.

"Our modules readily resolve the industry's acute pain points of unreliability and sensitivity in the commercial, engineering, and defense sectors, enhancing the quality of experience and helping our customers remain competitive," said Haim Goldberger, CEO of OriginGPS.

OriginGPS offers a range of fully-integrated GNSS/GPS and antenna solutions, encompassing a wide gamut of standard and essential tools for navigation. The small form factor and high sensitivity of OriginGPS's modules enable new business models like 'machine as a service', and are ideally suited for a variety of applications – wearables, like smart watches and pet tracking, and also smart cities and drones. OriginGPS modules are deployed around the globe in key sectors, such as transportation, civil engineering, precision agriculture and time reference.



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