- Powered by Trimble RTX technology. Trimble xFill runs seamlessly in the background automatically bridging the gap if a users RTK or VRS correction source is interrupted due to cellular signal disruption or loss of radio connectivity
- More Uptime: Continue working through signal outages with centimeter-level accuracy** using Trimble xFill, minimizing work delays and improving in-field productivity
- Standard xFill: Free for the first 5-20 minutes (application dependent) after the loss of an RTK correction source on all compatible devices
- Enhanced xFill: Works indefinitely on the Trimble R10 GNSS System and Trimble NetR9s Geospatial receiver with a valid CenterPoint RTX subscription
** All horizontal accuracy specifications are based on repeatable in-field performance 95% of the time
Dependent on receiver capabilities and user’s geographic location.
Agriculture: Trimble AG-372, Trimble CFX-750,
Trimble FmX, Trimble TMX-2050
Survey and Geospatial: Trimble R10, Trimble R9s GNSS Receiver, Trimble NetR9 Geospatial
Construction and Site Positioning: Trimble SPS 585, Trimble SPS 855, Trimble SPS 985, Trimble SPS 985L
Land Administration: Trimble R10 for Land Administration
Mining: Trimble R10, Trimble R9s GNSS Receiver, Trimble NetR9 Geospatial
Oil, Gas and Chemical: Trimble R10, Trimble R9s GNSS Receiver, Trimble NetR9 Geospatial
Other: Consult your local reseller or Trimble Customer Care
*Supports enhanced xFill.
xFill is available nearly worldwide, wherever CenterPoint RTX satellite service is available
Trimble xFill runs seamlessly in the background automatically bridging the gap if a users RTK or VRS correction source is interrupted due to cellular signal disruption or loss of radio connectivity
Powered by Trimble RTX technology, Trimble xFill leverages real-time data from a global tracking station network along with innovative positioning and compression algorithms to compute and relay satellite orbit, satellite clock, and other systems adjustments to the receiver, resulting in the real time high accuracy positions. These adjustments are transmitted to the receiver via satellite (where coverage is available).
When turned on, the receiver tracks the RTX (L-band) satellite as well as every satellite in its field of view including, GPS, GLONASS, BeiDou and QZSS satellite constellations. From the L-band satellite, you will receive the RTX real time correction stream that allows you to calculate your position to high accuracies, without the need of a base station.