Tiny. Powerful.

Where most GPS systems can only provide an accuracy of within meters, the Reach M+ is designed to deliver extreme precision. In addition to conventional GNSS, each Reach M+ sensor uses RTK (Real-Time-Kinematics) to reach centimetre level accuracy.

Next Gen is Affordable

With many RTK being a significant expenditure, the technology was only in reach for high-level surveyors and serious hobbyists. The Reach M+ changes this, offering results and ultimate precision for a fraction of the cost.

Enclosed in a tough plastic case, the Neutis 5 processor running Reach M+ provides ports for antenna, USB, UART and Event, and broadcasts via Bluetooth or WiFi to your devices.

Packed with Smart Technology

Reach M+ runs open-source RTK processing software called RTKLIB written by Tomoji Takasu. Previously a computer was required to run RTKLIB, but now all RTKLIB features are available directly on Reach M+. The Reach M+ achieves this definition using constant movement and GPS correction, gathered from either another Reach M+ device, or directly over the internet from a local NTRIP base station. When compared to a conventional GPS, the results and impact of the RTK become most apparent.

Static Mode

Kinematic Mode



GPS/QZSS L1, GLONASS G1, BeiDou B1, Galileo E1, SBAS, 72 tracking channels, 9DOF IMU, 14 Hz / 5 Hz update rate.


4.75 - 5.5 V for input voltage on USB and
JST-GH connectors, 3.3 V antenna DC bias, 200 mA aAverage current consumption @ 5V.


8 GB Internal storage,
RTCM2, RTCM3, ERB, plain text, EMEA (RMC, GGA, GSA, GSV) solution input, RINEX2.X and RINEX3.X logs.


56,4 x 45,3 x 14,6 mm, 20 g weight, -20 to 65ºC operating range.


Static: H: 5mm + 1ppm, V: 10mm + 2ppm
Kinematic: H: 7mm + 1ppm, V: 14mm + 2ppm


Wi-Fi (802.11a/b/g/n) and Bluetooth (4.0/2.1 EDR) wireless connections, USB, UART and Event interfaces.

Looking for the original Reach?

While we no longer distribute the Reach model, we still provide full support for our customers.