Polaris – Top RTK Correction Network in United Kingdom

  • RTK corrections anywhere in the world – no base required
  • Setup in minutes, no maintenance
  • Connect once to a single mount point – anywhere in the state
  • A network built from the ground up for accuracy, reliability, and lightning fast location fix
  • Works with an RTK Compatible receiver (RTCM v3)
  • Over 1,400 owned base stations across the US, Canada, EU, and beyond

United Kingdom RTK Network Comparison

Field LabelSmartnet
Cost per month$200
Accuracy1-3cm
Total physical base stations0
Uptime99.96%
CoverageInternational
Global Coverage
GraphQL API
Automated Reference Station Association
GNSS Frequency Bands SupportedNot Reported
True RTK
TopCon RealpointRtk2goGeoflex XYZPolarisSwiftNav Skylark RTK
Not ReportedFree to useFree to use$150$69
2 cmNot Reported4 cm1cm4 cm
Not Reported5000200+>1440Not Reported
Not ReportedNot ReportedNot Reported99.99%Not Reported
RegionalInternationalInternationalInternationalInternational
Not ReportedNot ReportedNot ReportedL1, L2, L5Not Reported

Precision Without Hassle

Say goodbye to time-consuming RTK setup. Just connect your RTK-compatible receiver to a single mount point, and our network intelligently assigns you to the nearest base station for corrections, all without any manual configuration.

It just works.

Setting a New Standard in RTK

400X

Accuracy > Industry leader

99.99%

Network Uptime

1

Mount Point Global Access

>1,000

U.S. Base Stations

47

Countries Connected

>1,440

Owned Unit Network

FAQs

How is Point One different from standard GNSS?

Point One builds high precision GNSS solutions. Standard GNSS accuracy ranges from 1m to 10m and can be worse based on the operating environment. Point One’s high precision GNSS delivers accuracy from 10cm to 1cm, and does so even in challenging environments such as urban canyons and occluded sky-views.

What is Precision GNSS?
Standard GNSS systems observe position uncertainty from sources such as atmospheric signal delay, satellite orbit variation, clock drift, and signal multi-path. Precision GNSS systems use additional sources of information, in our case from our Polaris corrections network, reducing uncertainty down to just a few centimeters.
How do I get started using Point One as a developer?
Purchase a Standard Dev Kit, purchase an Advanced Development Kit, or create a Point One account to access Polaris corrections and services.
What products already integrate Point One?
Many, including series production automobiles, consumer electronics products, and autonomous vehicle prototypes.
What is RTK?
Real Time Kinematics; a fixed base station communicates with a roving GNSS system to remove sources of error common to the base and rover (satellite clock, satellite orbit, ionosphere delay, troposphere delay). Rover performance depends on survey accuracy of base location, quality of sky view at base location, and distance between base and rover.
Can I use Polaris corrections with a non-Point One system?

Yes. The Polaris network performs as an NTRIP RTK network. Non-Point One systems can access the Polaris network using standard NTRIP protocol. Access credentials and documentation are available at app.pointonenav.com.

What is the difference between Polaris and NTRIP corrections?
Both Polaris and NTRIP are methods for delivering network RTK corrections, and both are available through the Point One Polaris service. The NTRIP standard is a legacy delivery method, used by a wide range of GNSS devices. The Polaris protocol uses secure connection methods for both authentication and transport to add layers of reliability and security to RTK corrections data.