Inertial Labs Upgrades INS-U for High Dynamic Applications – Now Measures Airspeed of up to 600 Knots

Inertial Labs, a leading developer in the field of GPS-Aided Inertial Navigation and Measurement Units, has announced the release of an upgraded version of its “INS-U” GPS-Aided Inertial Navigation System. This revolutionary system has been designed to enhance high dynamic applications and has been upgraded with an extended version of the Differential Pressure Sensor and Embedded Air Data Computer. This allows the system to measure airspeed with up to 600 KNOTS, making it one of the most advanced navigation systems on the market.

One of the most significant upgrades in this new INS-U version is its ability to output fused (GNSS + IMU) NMEA data to Pixhawk Autopilot. This capability allows the Pixhawk Autopilot to navigate Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAVs) in a long-term GNSS-denied environment, which is a significant advantage for UAV operators. The INS-U is a fully integrated, high-performance system that combines an Inertial Navigation System (INS), an Attitude & Heading Reference System (AHRS), and an Air Data Computer (ADC). It determines position, velocity, and absolute orientation (Heading, Pitch, and Roll) for any device it is mounted on.

In addition, the INS-U is designed to provide high accuracy for both motionless and high-dynamic applications. Horizontal and Vertical Position, Velocity, and Orientation are determined with high precision and reliability, making it suitable for a wide range of applications, including but not limited to Unmanned Ground Vehicles (UGVs), maritime vessels, and ground-based vehicles.

Inertial Labs is committed to organic technology development, operational execution, and a sharp focus on meeting the best quality standards. The company’s CEO, Jamie Marraccini, emphasized that they constantly listen, adapt, and evolve with and for their customers, which is why they are able to release such innovative and advanced products like the upgraded INS-U GPS-Aided Inertial Navigation System.

In conclusion, the new INS-U version is a game-changer in the field of navigation systems. It is designed to meet the needs of high dynamic applications and can navigate UAVs even in long-term GNSS-denied environments, making it an essential tool for UAV operators. Inertial Labs continues to push the boundaries of technology and is committed to providing the best quality products and services to its customers.

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