Fiber Optic Gyros, FOG IMUs & GNSS-INS for Unmanned & Autonomous Navigation Vehicles

Reliable GNSS-Denied State Estimation for Autonomous Legged UGVs

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Autonomous legged UGVKVH has released a case study highlighting the use of the company’s P-1775 IMU (inertial measurement unit) in autonomous robots developed by the Italian Institute of Technology’s Dynamic Legged Systems Lab (DLS). The IMU provides the ground robots with reliable high-frequency state estimation in GNSS-denied environments.

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The case study covers:

  • The challenges involved in creating flexible high-performance legged UGV (unmanned ground vehicle) systems
  • Details of the P-1775 IMU, which features unique photonic integrated chip (PIC) technology
  • Why the P-1775 IMU was an ideal choice for DLS’ requirements

High-grade fiber optic gyros and inertial systems provide a range of performance advantages over MEMS technologies for demanding autonomous robotics applications. To find out more, download the full case study from KVH’s website here.

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