The Inertial navigation system (INS) uses rotation and acceleration information to calculate relative position via accelerometers and gyroscopes sensors arrayed in orthogonal axes. The Global Navigation Satellite Signal (GNSS) uses multiple external drift free satellite signals for positioning purposes.
Combined, INS-GPS or INS-GNSS computes its precise relative movement via mathematical algorithm delivering attitude angles heading, roll and pitch via a CANbus output.
Outstanding low noise performance is delivered using low noise MEMS sensors and VELOX™ high speed processing coupled with extensive testing and calibration including temperature, shock and vibration.
Landmark 005 INS/GPS
Inertial Navigation System
Landmark 60 INS/GPS