iPad Case with Protection, Power and Embedded GPS+GLONASS Navigation

Snowlizard Ipad Case

 Snow Lizard’s SLXtreme case for iPad goes beyond waterproof, rugged protection to embed Bad Elf’s GPS+GLONASS receiver right inside the case, instantly adding worldwide location support to WiFi only iPad (Generation 4) – without an internet connection or monthly subscription.  Click here to read the full news release. (PDF) Bad Elf RecieverNew Bad Elf® GNSS Surveyor Receiver Features Sub-meter Capabilities and Streaming Raw Satellite Data The new Bad Elf® GNSS Surveyor (BE-GPS-3300) brings affordable sub-meter GNSS capability to Apple’s iOS devices with the GNSS Surveyor. Perfect for marine surveying applications for the placement of docks, pylons, seawalls or buoys, underwater location precision marking (wrecks, natural formations, traps) and coastal construction surveying.  Click here to read the full news release. (PDF) 

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