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CHC to supply 90 GNSS Receivers to the Chinese National Survey and Mapping Bureau E-mail
Written by CHC   
08 February 2013



Shanghai, China (8 February, 2013) CHC Navigation announced today that it has been awarded a contract to supply 90 units of X91 GNSS receivers to the Chinese National Survey and Mapping Bureau, for the completion of the Chinese Sea Islands and Reef Surveying  &  Mapping project.

The State Bureau of Surveying and Mapping (SBSM) is the Chinese Governmental organization in charge of supervising and managing projects at a national scale such as boundary and cadastral surveying. Recognized as one of the five key surveying project of the SBSM under the 11th Five-Year Chinese Plan, the project aims at precisely redefine the coordinates of each island and reef. 

"The award of this tender from a renowned Chinese National Governmental Entity is a major recognition of the performance of CHC Navigation X91 GNSS receiver.” said George Zhao, CEO of CHC. "Reliability and overall performances are the criteria which lead to the selection of the X91 after a stringent evaluation process involving leading GNSS international brands." he added.
X91 GNSS Receiver
The X91 GNSS receiver is a compact receiver designed for high accuracy and productivity. Powered by 220 channels GNSS core engine, the X91 is designed to be used in harsh environments. Easy-to-use, efficient and intuitive work flow, optimized for efficient RTK positioning, the X91 is the perfect choice for demanding survey applications.

About CHC Navigation
CHC designs, manufactures and markets a wide range of professional GPS/GNSS solutions in more than 50 countries. Headquartered in Shanghai (China) CHC is a leading GPS/GNSS Chinese manufacturer with a strong international presence and employs more than 500 people worldwide. For more information, visit www.chcnav.com

 
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