RTKF Net was founded by a group of farmers based in South Cambridgeshire who have joined together to make a robust and affordable GPS RTK network.

Initially its principal ideals were to create one of the first RTK networks that was cost effective and most importantly did not limit the individual farmer to small areas of coverage; ensuring that as far as is possible every field has reliable coverage the whole time. This was originally achieved using a network of radio base stations through out East Anglia.

As RTKF Net grew it was clear that we needed to embrace new technologies, it was also clear that there was a need for affordable RTK coverage across the rest of England. In order to achieve this we have installed a network of base stations that deliver the signal via the internet and SIM cards to any make of GPS equipment. This system perfectly compliments the radio network and allows us to provide a more efficient service with remote support handling and monitoring.

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RTKF Net News

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    LT700H RTK Mapping Tablet

    The all new LT700H RTK Mapping tablet from RTKF Net is the first Android tablet to offer an integrated RTK Module that tracks all four GNSS constellat... Read More
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    Agrointelli Robotti

    As we look to the future there are many manufacturers and start ups that are looking to develop Robotics to further improve efficiency on farm and dea... Read More
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    Frederick Hiams Ltd using...

    Frederick Hiam Limited is a diverse Farming and Fresh Produce Business, with farms in Suffolk & Cambridgeshire. Growing a wide range of crops inc... Read More
  • RTKF Net partners with RVW Pugh.

    RTKF Net partners with...

    RTKF Net’s (RTK Farming) latest base station is being installed at the RVW Pugh depot in Market Drayton in Shropshire. Founded in 1978 RVW Pug... Read More

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T: 01223 902331

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