High Precision Positioning + Wireless Router Nodes

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Up to 2.5cm (trackPIN) vs up to 7mm (surveyPIN)*

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Low Cost

Significantly lower cost of ownership than competing products

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Lightning fast re-acquisition time (surveyPIN only)

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Multiple wired and wireless interfaces

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Three levels of dead reckoning cover satellite gaps

Why Two Options?


up to 2.5cm Accuracy*

Tracking-grade Positioning with Single Frequency RTK

trackPIN is a revolutionary low cost positioning system with up to 2.5cm of positioning accuracy. Its low price point means that trackPIN is affordable to install fleet-wide at mines on haul trucks and even light vehicles.

RIGID ROBOTICS trackPIN high precision positioning device


up to 7mm Accuracy*

Survey-grade Positioning with Multi Frequency RTK

+ Lightning Fast Re-acquisition Time

surveyPIN has the same great feature set as trackPIN but with a lightning fast re-acquisition time and up to 7mm of positioning accuracy. It matches or exceeds the performance of existing survey-grade positioning devices at an unbeatable price.

RIGID ROBOTICS surveyPIN high precision positioning device

Both products are fully interchangeable and can utilize a common reference station. This way mines can mix-and-match depending on their specific needs and minimize their total cost of ownership.

Shared Features

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Multi-constellation RTK

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V2X & Wifi Communication

Open-API for easy integration with 3rd party systems


Two antennas attached to RIGID ROBOTICS' trackPIN in order to provide accurate heading

Dual Antenna Heading

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Sensor Fusion

Remote Management & Reporting

Universal Vehicle and Asset Support

* Depends on atmospheric conditions, baseline length, GNSS antenna, multipath conditions, satellite visibility, and geometry