CHC 2020

February 25, 2020

CHC 2020

25-27 February, Québec City, Canada

Visit SBG Systems on booth #21 during CHC 2020, one of the premier Hydrographic conferences in North America. You will discover all our inertial navigation systems ideal for marine applications, such as our Navsight Marine series designed to ease hydrographers’ tasks. You will also be able to get more information on Qinertia, SBG INS/GNSS post-processing software.

About CHC 2020

The CHC is a biennial conference hosted by the CHA alternating with the Hydrographic Society of America’s (THSOA) US Hydrographic Conference. These two events are the premier Hydrographic conferences in North America. Join us for many potential learning opportunities in our technical programs, informative vendor displays, and topical keynote speakers. It will prove to be a great networking opportunity with fellow participants and potential customers through new and existing connections.

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Ellipse 3rd Generation – Webinar

July 2nd & 3rd - We are pleased to announce our series of webinars untitled « Ellipse Series - 3rd Generation: how SBG Systems brings the high-end......

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Webinar – Hydrography

We are pleased to announce our first Marine Webinar, untitled « Real-time INS or Post-processing: what is the best solution for your survey?", on 07/04, 15:30

Ellipse Series 3rd Generation

SBG Systems announces the 3rd generation of its popular line of miniature inertial sensors called the Ellipse Series.

webinar-sbg-overview-website

Ellipse 3rd Generation – Webinar

July 2nd & 3rd - We are pleased to announce our series of webinars untitled « Ellipse Series - 3rd Generation: how SBG Systems brings the high-end......

Webinar-sbg-ins-ppk

Webinar – Hydrography

We are pleased to announce our first Marine Webinar, untitled « Real-time INS or Post-processing: what is the best solution for your survey?", on 07/04, 15:30