Our precision location stack makes it easy to quickly build production-grade products that operate safely and reliably in the physical world.

Precise location your customers can trust, ready today for every step of your development process.

Developer kits to get you started quickly

While Point One’s software and service works with a wide variety of open standards, we also manufacture hardware designed to get you going quickly and easily. The hardware is open source and can easily be adapted to mass production applications through our Certified Chip Partner program.

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Rich tools and APIs make integration simple

We’ve built intuitive tools that work on every platform so you can quickly and easily see how your system is performing. And every product we make uses the same, rich and open source API complete with reference applications in C, C++ and Python. We’ve done the boiler plate work so you can focus on your application.

  • Open Source API with rich documentation
  • Easy to use tools that run on Windows, MacOS and Linux OS
  • Rapidly expanding feature set with OTA updates

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A modern dashboard manages devices easily

Point One’s powerful central dashboard gives you immediate insights into the health of your devices, the correction service and your account. Easily create a trial account to get started and see how high precision location can work for you.

  • Easy to use, self serve interface
  • Rapid view of all existing devices
  • Start with a no-commitment trial account

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Hardware partners and reference designs draw a clear path to production

  • Point One’s Certified Chipset Partners have GNSS, IMU, and MCU options for multiple markets that are tested and integrated with Point One systems, certified for scaled production, and rated for safety-critical applications.
  • FusionEngine was designed from the start to run on your host system.
  • Scale to safety critical systems using our FusionEngine software on your host platform. Rated for up to ASIL-B applications.

How It Works

  • We use signals from the GPS, Galileo, GLONASS, and BeiDou satellite constellations to determine globally consistent position. Our position engine and corrections networks both utilize multiple frequencies to improve accuracy and filter out noise and uncertainty.

Why Point One Wins

  • Point One is built on advanced algorithms for sensor fusion and the most modern infrastructure available, resulting in centimeter-level location data that is more accurate in more places.

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Frequently asked questions

  • 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.

  • 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.

  • Purchase a Standard Dev Kit, purchase an Advanced Development Kit, or create a Point One account to access Polaris corrections and services.

  • Many, including series production automobiles, consumer electronics products, and autonomous vehicle prototypes.

  • 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.

  • 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 .

  • 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.