SmartNet Launches in the Carolinas & Tennessee

SmartNet North America (, the industry-leading high-precision, high-availability network RTK correction service, has bolstered its leadership position in the U.S. by adding  more than 40 new stations in three new markets. The expansion gives the SmartNet service a total of more than 900 stations in 29 states and 8 provinces—more than any other service provider.

Within the last several months, new stations have come online in North Carolina, South Carolina and Tennessee. View the interactive coverage map.

 “With this expansion into new markets, we continue our commitment to offering our customers the most expansive and advanced GNSS network coverage of any service provider in the world” said Tyler Collier, Product Manager for SmartNet North America  “We strive to build a network that can be used in all applications, including demanding applications such as the Machine Control and Precision Ag markets that other networks just can't support due to their grueling 24/7 pace.”

 SmartNet North America is fully open to all makes and models of GNSS equipment and is designed to provide the highest reliability and accuracy 24/7. A variety of different subscription plans are available at the state, regional and national  level for any application requiring precision GNSS corrections. The continued expansion of stations underscores the company’s commitment to customer service. “We always have been and continue to be dedicated to increase the efficiency in GNSS positioning,” Collier said. “We make these investments with our customers in mind, to meet their needs, both today and in the future.”

 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 SmartNet North America. 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.

North Carolina

NCAB - Aberdeen NC
NCAH - Ahoskie NC
NCAO - Asheboro NC
NCBL - Belhaven NC
NCBT - Burlington NC
NCCM - Columbia NC
NCCN - Clinton NC
NCCT - Charlotte NC
NCCU - Currituck NC
NCDN - Dunn NC
NCED - Edenton NC
NCEN - Engelhard NC
NCGL - Goldsboro NC
NCHM - Hope Mills NC
NCHN - Henderson NC
NCJK - Jacksonville NC
NCKS - Kinston NC
NCLA - Laurinburg NC
NCLB - Lisbon NC
NCLM - Lumberton NC
NCMI - Mills River NC
NCMN - Monroe NC
NCMT - Mount Airy NC
NCMV - Morrisville NC
NCNH - Nags Head NC
NCNP - Newport NC
NCPF - Pfafftown NC
NCRK - Roanoke Rapids NC
NCRR - Roxboro NC
NCRY - Rocky Mount NC
NCSB - Shelby NC
NCSD - Sanford NC
NCSE - Statesville NC
NCSI - Salisbury NC
NCSO - Southport NC
NCSU - Sunbury NC
NCTY - Troy NC
NCWD - Wadesboro NC
NCWE - Wallace NC
NCWG - Castle Hayne NC
NCWK - Wilkesboro NC
NCWN - Winterville NC
NCWV - Whiteville NC
NCZE - Zebulon NC

South Carolina

SCRH - Rock Hill SC


TNGV - Greeneville TN
TNJC - Johnson City TN

For more information about the SmartNet service, visit or follow SmartNet on Twitter at @smartnet_na.

SmartNet North America – Any Constellation. Any Application. Open to All.

Launched in 2010, SmartNet is the first commercial GNSS (Global Navigation Satellite System) network to allow for a single connection point for coverages across North America. SmartNet currently contains more than 900 sites, providing GNSS coverage to 29 states and 8 Canadian provinces. Built on the most advanced GNSS reference station software platform and infrastructure in the world, SmartNet provides high-precision, high availability network RTK corrections for any application throughout North America.

SmartNet is part of Hexagon, a leading global provider of design, measurement and visualization technologies that enable customers to design, measure and position objects, and process and present data.


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