As part of our continued efforts to improve SmartNet, we have made a number of key investments in the Texas and Canadian market over the past months. We are happy to announce the launch of 6 new stations in the West Texas market and 2 new stations in the Quebec and Ontario markets. These stations will both expand our industry leading footprint, as well as improve the geometry and solution offerings to our customers.
All of these stations are being launched with preliminary coordinates to immediately augment our services in these new areas. Permanent coordinates will be established in line with our standards for Texas by SmartNet North America, while permanent coordinates for the Canadian stations will be established by NRCan per our agreements with CGRSC (Canadian Geodetic Reference System Committee). These preliminary coordinates should agree with the pending permanent coordinates at the millimeter level.
For more information about any individual site, please visit the SmartNet Portal and use the Site Information Search Tool or click the provided link to discover more information.
West Texas Sites
TXBG - Big Springs TX - http://snna.co/1eaMVID
TXL2 - Lamesa TX - http://snna.co/1eaMOgb
TXLB - Lubbock TX - http://snna.co/1eaMCxv
TXS8 - San Angelo TX - http://snna.co/1eaN3YO
TXSD - Snyder TX - http://snna.co/1eaMXAe
TXSI - Sterling City TX - http://snna.co/1eaN1QA
ONON - Onaping ON - http://snna.co/1eaNsKS
QCLP - LePeche QC - http://snna.co/1eaNbaD
SmartNet North America