Digi-Key Electronics Partners for Global Distribution with Septentrio


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Digi-Key Electronics, a global electronic components distributor, announced that it has partnered with Septentrio, a leader in high-precision GNSS positioning solutions. Digi-Key now offers mosaic-X5™ globally for customers who need secure and reliable high-accuracy positioning in a compact and low-power form factor.

Septentrio's mosaic-X5 features complete multi-frequency multi-constellation technology and tracks every existing and future signal from all Global Navigation Satellite System (GNSS) constellations. Such signal diversity coupled with advanced anti-jamming technology allows mosaic-X5 to deliver centimeter-level positioning with maximum availability even in challenging industrial environments. This makes mosaic-X5 an ideal positioning solution for applications such as robotics, automation, telematics and many more.

"Our mosaic-X5 is an advanced GNSS receiver module without performance compromises. With its small form factor and low-power design, mosaic-X5 brings high-performance positioning to volume applications," said Francois Freulon, head of product management for Septentrio. "Having Digi-Key as a distributor enables us to scale and reach out to find new markets and applications where secure high accuracy positioning is required."

"Digi-Key is excited about the new partnership with Septentrio," said David Stein, vice president of global supplier management for Digi-Key. "Demand for high-accuracy GNSS receivers with secure and robust positioning is growing strongly, as they continue to be implemented into new applications and devices. Digi-Key offers customers an easy path to order, develop, and deploy with the latest technologies available, including Septentrio's robust and precise GNSS devices, which have the latest anti-jamming and anti-spoofing technology."

 

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