World’s First “Device-Agnostic” RTK Receiver
The Arrow 200 was the first-ever GNSS receiver capable of communicating with any Bluetooth®-enabled mobile device. Simply put, this was a game changer. With the advent of the Arrow 200, it became possible to collect and manage sub-meter and centimeter location data on any commercially available mobile device (e.g., iOS, Android, Windows). Thanks to the proliferation of the “bring your own device” (BYOD) market, and the explosion of RTK networks, the past several years have seen an increase in demand for centimeter-level accuracy. As a result, the Arrow 200 has become popular among location professionals in utilities, pipeline, environmental, marine, archaeological, and other industries.
All Satellites, All Signals
The Arrow 200 supports all GNSS and SBAS constellations worldwide. And with dozens of satellite launches planned between now and 2020, the accuracy of the Arrow 200 will only get better.Because of patented technology, the Arrow 200 can transform free GNSS and SBAS signals into submeter-level location data. With support for RTK network and base-station connectivity, the Arrow 200 can provide 1 cm accuracy literally anywhere in the world — on any device, in real time, without post-processing. This level of performance, reliability, and accuracy places the Arrow 200 among the top-performing GNSS receivers in the world
Easy to Use
With such a large selection of GNSS receivers, smart devices, and mobile apps to pick from, the task can seem daunting. The Arrow 200 separates itself by its ease of use. It takes just minutes to configure the Arrow 200 with any mobile device. High-accuracy data can then be collected within minutes. Moreover, location can be collected on virtually any field app. Eos recommends our partner field apps for the easiest user experience. But you can also pass GNSS metadata to your own app, using our guidelines. Because of its support for all satellite signals, all mobile devices, and all field apps, the Arrow 200 is the first truly future-proof GNSS receiver, able to work with any current or future technology.