RTK Point Movement
95% sounds pretty good, until you restate it as "1 in 20 of our measurements are out of spec"
RTK is CM accuracy, so it’s working as best it can. And the length of an RTK observation is not to be looked at as one length because of length. With RTK, you are observing a position offset from the base position, I.e. +0.75X, -3000.96Y, -1.75Z. Once your precision values stop getting lower, there’s little use to keep observing. Store it.
I never used a bipod or steady sticks. I always figured if the machine was going to average the measurements then I might as take out the systematic error of a slightly bent rod or bubble error out by loosely holding the rod and letting it float around the center of the bubble and rotating rod as counting down the seconds. Seemed to work for me. Jp