SOUTH CLOUD, WORK MORE EFFICIENT AND EASIER!

Author: SOUTHDate: May 19, 2022View: 290

SOUTH Cloud is a user management system developed by taking advantage of the current GNSS hardware platform in high scalability, high operating performance and network connection advantage, and using the common and easy-to-use WEB as an operation platform. Remotely obtain information, and remotely assist users to solve problems. Easy and convenient while ensure data security and greatly improve the efficiency of technical support services.


◆ What is the basic stucture of SOUTH Cloud?


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◆ What functions could be realized in SOUTH Cloud?


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◆ How does SOUTH Cloud bring high efficient after-sales service to GNSS receiver user?


User can login SOUTH Cloud and manage the receivers anytime, anywhere. It not only makes the user's work easier and more efficient, but also allows the end users to obtain a high-quality service experience.


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SOUTH Cloud brings the remote control service to user. Save time and space costs by avoiding travel to the working site.


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User can login SOUTH Cloud  to check the work mode of the receiver and change the work mode, datalink, antenna height, satellites, device control…


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User can upgrade firmware for GNSS receivers remotely that make this procedure very easy.


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Users are able to set the static mode and data FTP transfer to download the data in office


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◆ How does SOUTH Cloud bring high efficient after-sales service to GNSS deformation monitoring user?


It’s convenient to login and  manage the GNSS monitoring station which are located in different field locations.


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On SOUTH Cloud, user can set the data transmission of GNSS receiver via TCP/IP, Ntrip, data stream, So user needn’t to reach place where receiver is.


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Users can get the dataflow from receivers, users also can send the commands to receivers to set functions and make online debug directly.


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For more information and further cooperation, please don’t hesitate to contact our technical representative in your local area.

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