CloudBase RTK is an enterprise ready solution enabling manufactures, dealers and end users to specify single base, local or regional GNSS networks to integrate or expand their business into a national network solution, where users can work anywhere, anytime, with just one account.

Our major sector served by CloudBase is precision agriculture, however, we are already assisting other markets.


Building and structure monitoring gives the ability to process data from various sensors, visualize outputs and get alarms in the case of an unusual event


Machine control systems together with GNSS surveying increase productivity and precision on each construction site.

Autonomous Cars

Autonomous transportation is on the cusp of reality. Together with other sensors like lidar and radar, RTK corrections will help to manage accurate vehicle positioning


The greatest advantage of CloudBase is the user online portal with preconfigured dashboards, offering full transparency of service. These can be reconfigured for individual organisations and rebranded, should you want to offer your own enterprise solution with our backup and support behind you.

Allows to integrate any number of GNSS networks into one

New way of user management in GNSS business

ONE user, ONE account, ONE setting for whole solution

Load balancing & failover solution

Complex and robust solution

Advanced web interface for management


Latest events

  • Rover connection established
  • Rover disconnected/unauthorized
  • Rover out of zone
  • Invalid mountpoint/username

Realtime charts

  • Logged rovers
  • Reference stations
  • Caster status
  • IQ Caster ratio

Network overview

  • Company information
  • Map of logged rovers
  • Last 10 connection

Reference station

  • Online / Offline stations
  • Station details + offline notification
  • Real-time sky plot


  • Duration less than 30 seconds
  • Connections
  • Connections with selected mountpoint
  • Time to first fix


  • Restricted areas
  • Permitted areas

Rover history

  • Logged rover history