Miniature High-Performance GPS-INS, AHRS and IMU for UAV, UGV

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Micro Rugged INS for UAVsInertial Sense is a leading developer of miniature high-performance GPS Inertial Navigation Systems (INS), Attitude Heading Reference Systems (AHRS), and Inertial Measurement Units (IMU) for UAVs (unmanned aerial vehicles), UGVs (unmanned ground vehicles) and other robotic platforms.

Their sensor units are ideal for a wide range of unmanned systems applications, such as navigation, platform High Performance Miniature Inertial Sensorsstabilization and object tracking.

All products feature onboard GPS (GNSS) receivers and are available as board-level units or as rugged self-contained modules in a machined aluminium enclosure.

µINS – Miniature GPS-Aided INS

GPS-INS for Accurate Attitude/Orientation, Velocity and Position

The µINS is a precision miniature GPS-aided Inertial Navigation System (GPS-INS) that uses state-of-the-art algorithms to combine outputs from MEMs gyro, accelerometer, magnetometer, barometric pressure, and GPS (GNSS) sensors, providing high-accuracy estimates of attitude/orientation, velocity, and position.

Outputs are GPS UTC time synchronized, and all units are fully calibrated for bias, scale factor, and cross-axis alignment, allowing for maximum sensor performance.

User-controllable I/O includes 9 GPIO, 5 Servo Outputs and 4 Analog Inputs. Output is fully configurable and available as binary or NMEA. A development kit (SDK) is available for rapid prototyping and integration into existing applications.

µINS – Rugged Miniature INS

µINS Miniature INS for UAVs

We’ve added precision RTK position capability into our uINS solution and are looking for select customers to test the solution “out in the field” on their applications.
To participate in our test cycle, please click here.

μIMU – Micro MEMS IMU

Miniature calibrated IMU with Onboard GPS

The μIMU is a micro-sized precision calibrated Inertial Measurement Unit that incorporates a magnetometer, barometric pressure sensor, and L1 GPS (GNSS) receiver. With a 1KHz update rate, the outputs are UTC time synchronized and include angular rate, linear acceleration, magnetic field, barometric altitude, and GPS WGS84 geo-position. All sensor units are comprehensively calibrated for bias, scale factor, and cross-axis alignment.

User-controllable I/O includes 9 GPIO, 5 Servo Outputs and 4 Analog Inputs. Output is fully configurable and available as binary or NMEA. A development kit (SDK) is available for rapid prototyping and integration into existing applications.

µIMU – Rugged Miniature IMU

µIMU Miniature IMU for UAS

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µAHRS – Miniature AHRS

Precision AHRS for Accurate Roll, Pitch and Heading

The μAHRS is a miniature precision calibrated Attitude Heading Reference System (AHRS) featuring magnetometer, barometric pressure sensor, and L1 GPS (GNSS) receiver outputs. Measuring angular rates, linear acceleration, magnetic field, barometric altitude, and GPS WGS84 geo-position, the unit fuses IMU and magnetic field outputs to provide high-accuracy euler and quaternion attitude state estimates.

All data is GPS UTC time synchronized, and all units are fully calibrated for bias, scale factor, and cross-axis alignment, allowing for maximum sensor performance.

User-controllable I/O includes 9 GPIO, 5 Servo Outputs and 4 Analog Inputs. Output is fully configurable and available as binary or NMEA. A development kit (SDK) is available for rapid prototyping and integration into existing applications.

µAHRS – Rugged Miniature AHRS

µAHRS Miniature AHRS

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Product Comparison:

μIMU μAHRS μINS
IMU (Gyro & Accelerometer)
Magnetometer & Barometer
Onboard L1 GPS (GNSS), GPS Raw, UTC Time
Attitude (Quaternions, Euler, DCM)
Inertial Velocity & Position

Specifications:


Board-Level Module
µAHRS – Rugged Miniature AHRS
Rugged Enclosed Module
Size 16.5 x 12.6 x 4.6 mm 25.4 x 25.4 x 11.2 mm
Weight 1.3 grams 10.5 grams

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