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Inertial Labs Releases New GPS-Aided Inertial Navigation System

Built using Tactical-grade Fiber Optic Gyroscope technology, the new INS-FI by Inertial Labs has an IP67 rating ensuring exceptional durability and performance in harsh environments By Sarah Simpson / 19 Jun 2024
Inertial Labs Releases New GPS-Aided Inertial Navigation System
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Inertial Labs has introduced the INS-FI, the company’s latest GPS-Aided Inertial Navigation System developed using Tactical-grade Fiber Optic Gyroscope (FOG) technology.

The INS-FI incorporates Inertial Labs’ latest onboard sensor fusion filter, cutting-edge navigation and guidance algorithms, and advanced calibration software. This integration ensures optimal performance and reliability, making the INS-FI an invaluable tool for diverse navigation needs.

Inertial Labs Releases New GPS-Aided Inertial Navigation System

Commenting on the new release CEO of Inertial Labs Jamie Marraccini, said “The INS-FI represents a significant milestone in our mission to provide superior navigation solutions. With its advanced FOG technology and robust design, the INS-FI sets a new standard for performance and reliability in the industry. We are excited to offer this groundbreaking product to our customers worldwide.”

A leading innovator in navigation and positioning solutions Inertial Labs designed the INS-FI to achieve an IP67 rating, ensuring exceptional durability and performance in the harshest environments and significantly ruggedized and shielded against EMC/EMI.

The fully integrated INS-FI includes an Inertial Measurement Unit (IMU) that combines Fiber Optic Gyroscopes and MEMS Accelerometers. Additionally, it features an all-constellations GNSS receiver with multiple bands (supporting GPS, GLONASS, GALILEO, QZSS, BEIDOU, and NAVIC). This sophisticated system provides precise horizontal and vertical positions, velocity, and absolute orientation (Heading, Pitch, and Roll) for any mounted device and maintains high accuracy for both stationary and dynamic applications.

Key features:

High-Performance FOG IMU: Measures GNSS-free Heading (True North) with less than 0.5-degree error.

Accurate Positioning: Delivers horizontal and vertical positions with approximately 0.1% error of distance traveled for land applications and five nautical miles per hour drift for aerospace (UAV) applications without GNSS signal.

Compatibility: Fully compatible with Inertial Labs’ ADC (Air Data Computer), VINS (Visual Inertial Navigation Systems), and SAMC (Stand-Alone Magnetic Compass).

Inertial Labs are currently exhibiting the latest inertial navigation systems at Eurosatory 2024, Hall 5a, CD189.

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