Shanghai, China – (December 9, 2013) - CHC Navigation announced today the successful delivery completion of 520 units of X91+ GNSS receivers to the Settlement and Land Records Department (SLRD), a part of the Myanmar Ministry of Agriculture and Irrigation.
The Settlement and Land Records Department activities encompass the collection of agricultural statistics, annual assessment of land revenue, land lease and tenure, and many other agricultural land administration tasks.
CHC Navigation, in cooperation with its distributor, IGS Company Limited, has demonstrated the outstanding performances of the X91+ during stringent field technical assessments versus other major GNSS industry players.
Awarded as one of the world’s largest GNSS tenders, CHC Navigation again validates its leading industrial strength by successfully completing and delivering 520 units of X91+ receivers within the tight 60-day timeframe allowed by the tender.
“We are excited about the international recognition of CHC’s GNSS solution by leading governmental organizations. I believe the win highlights our firm commitment to provide high precision, outstanding quality products and more over dedicated support and services.” said George Zhao, CEO of CHC. "The award of this significant tender is a real achievement in CHC international development."
X91+ GNSS Receiver
The X91+ GNSS Receiver is a compact 220-channels GNSS receiver designed for high accuracy and productivity 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 manufacturer with a strong international presence and employs more than 500 professionals worldwide.
For more information, visit www.chcnav.com
About IGS Company Limited
IGS Co. Ltd, founded by the Experienced Myanmar Surveying professionals, employs 20 professionals specialized in, Topographic Surveying, Geographic Information System (GIS), Engineering Design and related technologies.