Surveying with ReachView
The most user-friendly software for data collection that is available both for Android and iOS. With ReachView, you can collect and stake out points and control all the features of Reach receivers, such as setting up a base station, logging RINEX data, and configuring NMEA output.
create projects, save points, and export in industry standard formats**
Record each position as a point with centimeter-precise coordinates. Export projects and open them in GIS or CAD software like AutoCAD, ArcGIS, QGIS, and others.
DXF, CSV, GeoJSON, ESRI Shapefile
Find the position of points on the ground**
Stakeout is used to find exact physical locations of points. They can be collected in ReachView or imported from other CAD or GIS software.
The stakeout process in ReachView has two steps: map view and bulls-eye. Map’s purpose is to help you navigate to points on long distances. When you get closer than 40 cm to the point, bulls-eye turns on to make it easier for you to visually match the receiver and point.
CSV, DXF and GeoJSONs
**Logging in RINEX:
record raw data, position, and base correction logs**
Record raw data, position and base correction logs. Point collection and the recording of RAW data are independent processes and can be used simultaneously. ReachView has a simple and intuitive interface for logging configuration and control.
We provide our version of RTKLib for PPK. It’s free and can be downloaded from our docs.
of logging at 1 Hz
streaming in NMEA**
Reach provides data in standard NMEA that is used by most GIS apps. Simply connect your device to Reach over Bluetooth or with a cable, and turn on “Position output” in ReachView.
Reach can turn on and off automatically
Reach is able turn on and off in sync with an external battery connected over RS-232. This helps when the power button is hard to reach, for example, if the receiver is placed on the roof of a tractor.
MachineryGuide, AgriBus-Navi, Efarmer, Agripilot, and others
RS-232, TCP, Bluetooth
NTRIP or another Reach as a base station
Reach RS+ needs a base station as a source of corrections. That’s a requirement for centimeter accuracy in RTK and PPK. The base might be either another Reach RS+ receiver or an NTRIP service. VRS is also supported.
Reach RS+ works seamlessly with other Reach receivers over any link.
Input and output corrections
TCP, LoRa, Bluetooth, RS-232, NTRIP
Max distance from a base
Up to 10 km in RTK 20 km in PPK
**Reach RS+ is designed for harsh conditions.
Dense forests, mountains, frost, heat and water, Reach can handle it all**
Can be held 1 meter deep under water for half an hour.
Working temperature. Isn’t afraid of either heat or cold.
Industrial LiFePO4 battery that doesn’t die on cold. Charges over USB from a powerbank.
📎Reach RS+ Datasheet 569 kb
- Dimensions145x145x85 mm
- Weight690 g
- Operating tº-20…+65 ºC
- Ingress protectionIP67 (water and dust)
- AutonomyUp to 30 hrs
- BatteryLiFePO4 3.2 V
- External power input6–40 V
- ChargingMicroUSB 5 V
- CertificationFCC, CE
- Static horizontal5 mm + 1 ppm
- Static vertical10 mm + 2 ppm
- Kinematic horizontal7 mm + 1 ppm
- Kinematic vertical14 mm + 2 ppm
- LoRa radio
- Frequency range 868/915 MHz
- Distance Up to 8 km
- Wi-Fi 802.11b/g/n
- Bluetooth 4.0/2.1 EDR
- Ports RS-232, MicroUSB
- Corrections NTRIP, RTCM3
- Position output NMEA, LLH/XYZ
- Data logging RINEX with eventswith update rate up to 20 Hz
- Internal storage 8 GB
- Signal tracked GPS/QZSS L1, GLONASS G1,BeiDou B1, Galileo E1, SBAS
- Number of channels 72
- Update rates 14 Hz / 5 Hz
- IMU 9DOF