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Inertial Labs’ AHRS & INS Sensors Now Available at Unmanned Systems Source

Published: 02 Dec 2015 by

Inertial Labs AHRS & INS SensorsUnmanned Systems Source, an online reseller of unmanned systems and remote sensing products, has announced a distribution agreement with Inertial Labs, Inc. The agreement will add Inertial Labs’ range of compact, high-accuracy, low-power consumption inertial orientation and navigation sensors and systems to the extensive selection of products already available from Unmanned Systems Source.

Unmanned Systems Source currently offers a selection of Attitude and Heading Reference Systems (AHRS), Motion Reference Units (MRU), GPS-Aided Inertial Navigation Systems (INS), and the High Performance Miniature Orientation Sensors (OS3D-FG) from companies including SBG, Septentrio and VectorNav.

“Inertial Labs’ sensors and systems are exactly what UAS manufacturers and developers are looking to integrate into their applications – they are small, lightweight and affordably priced. 1 cm horizontal position, 5% Heave and 0.1 deg Heading, Pitch & Roll orientation accuracy is absolutely great performance for UAV, AUV, ROV, UUV, and other unmanned systems,” said Jennifer Jerrick, President of Unmanned Systems Source.

Inertial Labs, Inc. designs, develops and manufactures position and orientation tracking systems based on the combination of inertial sensors with a variety of other sensing technologies. The products listed through Unmanned Systems Source will focus primarily on UAV and remote sensing applications. Inertial Labs also provides product design customization services and adjustment of algorithms according to customers needs and requirements.

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