INTP – Tipton (2152 W SR 28, Tipton, 46072) – 04/17/2024
      INWR – Warsaw (2709 N. Fox Farm Road, Warsaw, 46582) – 04/18/2024
      INWB – Wabash (1290 Manchester Ave, Wabash, 46992) – 04/18/2024
      INSB – Salisbury (2790 N. Salisbury Rd., Richmond, 47374) – 04/11/2024
      INSY – Seymour (185 Agrico Lane, Seymour, 47274) – 02/01/2024
      INWL – W Lafayette (1205 Montgomery St, West Lafayette, 47330) – 01/26/2024
      INMO – Monticello (12209 North 1200 West, Monticello, 47960) – 01/26/2024
      INBF – Bluffton (2800 W SR 124, Bluffton, 46714) – 01/04/2024
      INFL – Fowler (600 South Grant Ave, Fowler, 47944) – 12/21/2023
      INCR – Crawfordsville (201 W CR 300 North, Crawfordsville, 47933) – 12/06/2023
      INPL – Plainfield (1000 S. Center Street, Plainfield, 46168) – 12/06/2023
      INAG – Angola (650 S. West Fox Lake, Angola, 46703) – 11/29/2023
      INGY – Gary (7601 E. Melton Road, Gary, 46403) – 11/15/2023
      INLW – Lowell (1550 E 181st Ave, Lowell, 46356) – 11/15/2023
      INRN – Rensselaer (1130 E. Maple Street, Rensselaer, 47978) – 10/26/2023
      INBR – Bremen (1425 Miami Trail, Bremen, 46506) – 09/14/2023
      INGG – Greensberg (2499 N. Cleo Ln., Greensburg, 47240) – 05/09/2023
      INEL – Elkhart (58905 CR 9, Elkhart, 46517) – 03/01/2023
      INPA – Paoli (1222 N Greenbriar Dr, Paoli, 47454) – 06/03/2022
      INSG – Scottsburg (1604 W McClain Ave, Scottsburg, 47170) – 04/11/2022
      INCO – Columbus (3545 Two Mile House Rd., Columbus, 47201) – 12/20/2021
      INVR – Versailles (1805 S US 421, Versailles, 47042) – 8/12/2021
      INPR – Peru (1451 N. Eel River Cemetery Rd., Peru, 46970) – 6/25/2021
      INLP – LaPorte (315 E. Boyd Boulevard, LaPorte, 46350) – 4/27/2021
      INEV – Evansville (1660 Boyle Lane, Evansville, 47725) – 4/19/2021
      INMT – Indianapolis (120 South Shortridge Rd., Indianapolis, 46219) – 1/12/2021

Currently, our existing InCORS network provides network corrections using only GPS and GLO (Glonass) satellite constellations.
The new equipment installed at these stations have the ability to provide the additional GAL (Galileo) BDS (BeiDou) constellations
only when in the vicinity of the stations. A user can use this single site product by using port 7071 and selecting MSM4_INxx
as the mount point (INxx stands for the site code, for example LaPorte is INLP). The typical end-user working within a 10 mile
radius of this station may see the greatest benefit from using this reference station, however, must have the ability to track
GAL and BDS enabled on their rover. For additional information to determine whether this may be beneficial to you and how best
to utilize, please contact your equipment vendor.