WELCOME TO TRIMBLE CENTERPOINT™ RTX™ POST-PROCESSING SERVICE
Trimble RTX™ is a global GNSS technology that provides centimeter-level positioning, worldwide, at any time.
This application allows you to upload GNSS observation data to the CenterPoint RTX post-processing service and receive positioning calculations. The positioning calculations are performed in ITRF2008 current epoch. Transformation can be performed by selecting a different coordinate system and tectonic plate. Complete the form below to receive your calculations via email.
Select a coordinate system and tectonic plate:
Select a file to upload:
The CenterPoint RTX post-processing service supports RINEX 2.x, RINEX 3.x,
Trimble T01, T02 and DAT file formats, however, if your receiver is not listed in the Supported Devices, the processing service will not work with your data files.
Dual-frequency pseudorange and carrier phase data is required. If your observation data consists of several
files, please compress them to a ZIP archive and upload the zipped file. All files in the ZIP archive must
belong to the same station.
Only files containing data collected after 14 May 2011 can be processed. For optimal processing results, it
is recommended to provide at least 60 minutes of observations.
Provide your email address:
The Report will be sent to the email address provided above.
Trimble Navigation Limited does not guarantee availability, reliability, and performance of the Trimble
CenterPoint RTX post-processing service and accepts no legal liability arising from, or connected to,
the use of information on this website or use of this service. Trimble reserves the right to view any
Please contact us if you have further questions or experience any issues.
Trimble has added Galileo and BeiDou data to the existing CenterPoint RTX post-processing service to observe the impact on positioning accuracy.
By accepting this you hereby will be using our CenterPoint RTX post-processing service beta version that makes use of Galileo and BeiDou provided data, in addition to the data provided by GPS, GLONASS and QZSS. As long as the Galileo and BeiDou signals have not been certified for commercial use, this beta version is for testing purposes only.