When you need an Inertial Navigation System (INS), it is rather easy to specify the accuracy of the different parameters required, such as heading, roll, pitch, velocities or 3D position. However, an INS keeping this accuracy whatever the conditions encountered is what you really need for a successful mission. This is when it gets more difficult to select the INS that best fits your need. This webinar will provide you with some clues about the most difficult conditions during which INS performance can be altered. You will learn what questions you really need to ask INS manufacturers in order to get crucial performance information, even when those technical aspects are not displayed in datasheets.
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