Swift Navigation, which provides global navigation satellite solutions (GNSS), announced today funding of $34 million, in a round led by New Enterprise Associates (NEA).

Existing investors Eclipse and First Round Capital also joined.

The San Francisco-based startup provides two products, or “receivers” — the Piksi Multi and Duro.

Both have access to several frequency bands.

“This gives an autonomous system much greater accuracy and reliability,” wrote Swift cofounder and CEO Timothy Harris, in an email to VentureBeat.

The Duro is built for rougher outdoor environments.

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