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Firmware Update for 3DMGQ7 GNSS/INS

The latest firmware 1.1.02 is now available for Parker’s MicroStrain 3DM-GQ7 GNSS inertial navigation sensor, enabling new features and performance improvements, including spoofing and jamming alerts By Sarah Simpson / 13 Dec 2022
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Parker’s latest GQ7 firmware update 1.1.02 enhances the performance of the 3DMGQ7 GNSS/INS, an all-in-one navigation solution featuring centimeter-level position accuracy.

The update enables the 3DMGQ7 to operate even better in harsh environments and provides alerts for spoofing and jamming – both ideal for UAV (unmanned aerial vehicle) applications.

Enhancements and added features in the latest release include:

NMEA – Provides compatibility with existing customer hardware that consumes “industry-standard” NMEA outputs

SBAS – Provides 0.6m or better position accuracy when not using RTK (improves all units from ~1.5m)

Vibration Rejection – Automatically rejects undesirable vehicle-induced vibrations, resulting in more accurate PVA (position, velocity, attitude) estimates in harsh environments

Spoofing and Jamming Indication – Alerts user when spoofing or jamming is detected and assists in antenna installation in challenging EMI environments

All firmware updates are now available to download here >>

The 3DMGQ7 is equipped with dual multiband GNSS receivers, low noise and low drift MEMS inertial sensors, and a robust adaptive Kalman filter.

Paired with Parker’s 3DMRTK Modem and SensorCloud RTK corrections service, the 3DMGQ7 GNSS/INS offers a complete out-of-the-box advanced navigation sensor for drones, unmanned vehicle navigation, robotics and autonomous vehicle applications, providing outstanding performance in unpredictable conditions.

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