GMV NSL understand GNSS. GMV NSL understand mapping and map databases. Through the appreciation of the advantages and drawbacks of both technologies, GMV NSL have developed an advanced map matching piece of software. MatchBox combines GNSS derived positions of a vehicle with GIS-based map information to determine the exact journey travelled.

The software has been developed using a combination of mathematical theory and real-world practice and has been used for applications throughout Europe, USA and the Far East in both road and rail environments.

matchbox1The MatchBox demonstrator software

Advanced algorithms ensure that MatchBox will work in all environments, including high-rise inner cities, business districts and underground depots or stations which present many challenges to GNSS due to signal masking and multipath.



Developed in accordance with specific needs of the telematics market and to support large scale infrastructures and programmes, MatchBox is a hosted application that resides in the back-office and can support a high throughput processing of GPS data.

MatchBox is designed for volume applications that require the confidence of the route a vehicle has taken, producing a "confidence factor" summarising whether GPS can be relied upon for liability critical applications. It is the first map-matching software to introduce easy to understand quality metrics for the end-users.


A highly versatile GNSS reference station using custom best in class components to meet your exact requirements in terms of GNSS constellation, frequency and tracking performance. SAGE has been built to specifically to meet the needs of ground reference receivers within satellite based augmentation systems. SAGE can be used as a CORS within GNSS infrastructure or as a reference station to be used, as example, for RTK operations or research purposes.



  • Proven technology, supporting triple frequency GNSS
  • GPS L1, L2, L2C (default),L5
  • GLONASS L1, L2
  • Galileo E1, E5a, E5b, AltBOC
  • Beidou B1, B2
  • L-Band, SBAS
  • QZSS
  • Supports RTCM, RTCM-HP, BINEX, RINEX v3, NMEA and 1pps outputs
  • Remote operation, configuration, and diagnostics
  • 4-core processor running Windows 7 Embedded
  • 0.5 TB HDD
  • 2 x Ethernet, 4 USB
  • Data to GNSS caster for dispersion to the wider community
  • 2U 19" rack form fact


STICK is a low-cost GNSS device that delivers high-value data to monitors the smallest of movement of critical infrastructure, including land and buildings. Detecting millimetre level movements, STICK is used to monitor the stability of:

  • earthworks, such as embankments, cuttings, flood defences, etc
  • above and below ground construction sites
  • the built environment, such as buildings, bridges, pylons, supporting structures and wind turbines
  • temporary structures, such as stands, seating, lighting, flood defences
  • the natural environment, such as landslides, earthquakes, tremors, coastal condition/erosion, ice caps.



  • The latest space-based satellite navigation technologies (GNSS)
  • Nine degrees of freedom inertial measurement unit
  • Less than 1/10th cost of traditional GNSS solutions
  • High accuracy millimetre level movement detection
  • 1D, 2D, 3D and 4D absolute movement and rate-of-change/velocity
  • All sensors tied into a common three-dimensional reference frame providing local, regional and national analysis
  • Easy to install, minimal maintenance
  • Low powered, renewable energy charging
  • Real-time and time-aggregated movement reporting
  • Cloud based-service, accessible from anywhere on multiple web-enabled platforms
  • Alarming, alerting and reporting via text, email or online
  • API push/pull options for third party systems
  • Multiple constellation GNSS
  • Multiple wireless communication options (3G/4G, Wifi, BT, LoRa)
  • Fully user configurable operational, analysis, reporting and alerting
Low cost GNSS device delivering high value data that monitors the smallest movements of critical infrastructure, including land and buildings.
Stability of earthworks (embankments, cuttings, etc)
Stability of the built environment (buildings, bridges, pylons, supporting structures, wind turbines, etc)
Stability of temporary structures (stands, seating, lighting, flood defences, etc)
Stability of the natural environment (landslides, earthquakes, tremors, coastal condition/erosion, ice caps, etc)
Stability of above and below ground construction sites