Achieve Precision

High Accuracy GNSS Survey

Built on Trimble's exclusive RTX technology, Trimble CenterPoint RTX provides high-accuracy GPS survey positioning via satellite or cellular delivery worldwide. It helps you achieve the quality standards you need, in less time, for surveying, stakeouts, asset management and more. Improve your productivity and your profits.

High Accuracy

With better than 2 centimeter horizontal, and 5 cm vertical accuracy levels, you can get your job done fast with on-point positions.

Better Uptime

Our reliable network ensures you have uninterrupted connectivity, so you don't have to worry about dropped signals. Keep on working without interruption.

Reliable Service

A base station isn’t required, meaning there’s no need to worry about losing radio signal connectivity, or losing time on the job.

Work Anywhere

With Trimble RTX you can survey anywhere on our global network via satellite, whether you're in a remote location or working across a large geographic area.

How it works
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Trimble CenterPoint RTX Product Features

Provides better than 2.5 cm horizontal RMS accuracy.

Keep Working

Continue working through correction signal interruptions for up to 200 seconds. Get more work done in the day with fewer delays.

Multi-Satellite Support

GPS, GLONASS, Galileo, BeiDou, and QZSS enabled for ultimate reliability and availability.

Fast Initialization

Converges to full accuracy almost instantly in select regions, and in less than 5 minutes everywhere else with Trimble ProPointTM devices.

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Discover everything you need to know about Trimble CenterPoint RTX, including coverage maps and device compatibility.

Trimble Access Field Software

CenterPoint RTX integrates directly with Trimble Access Field Software. As of Trimble Access version 2020.20, you’re able to get CenterPoint RTX positions automatically in your local coordinate system in real-time.




Slovak and Italian geophysicists use Trimble CenterPoint RTX correction service to monitor the movement of magma in Mount Etna.

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