We are excited to see the NT1065 is being used in a real life product! You can search the web for Swift Navigation to learn more.
They do not mention it, but it uses the NT1965 chip. They are competitors for giants of the GNSS market like Trimble or NovAtel. The main difference here is the price of professional navigation equipment. They are a good example of using the amazing NT1065 chip to change the old GNSS world and implement your creation! We are excited to be part of the ecosystem that is using NT1965.
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