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April 20, 2016
Topcon and RDO Announce Expansion to GNSS Network Service

LIVERMORE, Calif.  – Topcon Positioning Group and RDO Integrated Controls announce an expansion of the TopNETlive GNSS network service across Montana, Wyoming, North Dakota, South Dakota and Minnesota. The increased availability is the result of a cooperative effort between Topcon and RDO Integrated Controls.

TopNETlive is designed to deliver high-accuracy GNSS correction data to rovers for surveying, construction, mapping and agricultural applications.

“The expansion of the network through these strong partnerships demonstrates the Topcon commitment to grow TopNETlive and provide quality service to more positioning professionals,” said ­Charles Rihner, vice president of the Topcon GeoPositioning Group.

Adam Gilbertson, RDO Integrated Controls northern region general manager, said,  “What we see on the horizon is deeper integration into live networks and ease-of-use for clients to run machine control and survey equipment in a connected environment. TopNETlive gives our clients the most flexibility and reliability available in the market today from the largest network in the United States.”

For additional information about the Topcon network service, visit TopNETlive.

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