Introduction to OxTS Inertial Navigation Systems – Webinar

Webinar Invitation: Introduction to OxTS Inertial Navigation Systems With over 20 years’ experience in the Inertial Navigation System (INS) industry, OxTS range of systems fit multiple applications. Here we talk about what makes OxTS’ INS so unique… Join Erik Brooks, Regional Support Engineer at OxTS at 17:00 (BST) on either Tuesday, 2nd June or Thursday, 25th June, for an introduction […]

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Advanced INS Set-Up for GNSS Urban Environments – webinar

Advanced INS Set-Up for Challenging GNSS Urban EnvironmentsUsing an INS in challenging urban environments can prove difficult but there are ways to ensure your results aren’t impacted. Here we explain… Using an Inertial Navigation System in a difficult environment, such as an urban canyon, can be a challenge. However, there are a number of ways to ensure you’re getting the best […]

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Advanced INS Set-Up for LiDAR Surveying using Drones

Advanced INS Set-Up for LiDAR Surveying using Drones Using an INS in a drone mounted scenario can bring with it unique challenges. In our latest webinar we discuss these and more… Using an Inertial Navigation System in a drone based scenario can bring with it unique challenges that can be difficult to overcome. On Wednesday, 17th June at 09:15 (BST) OxTS […]

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Navsight Land/Air Solution: Powerful New Navigation Solution

Carrières-sur-seine, France, October 11th 2018 – SBG Systems releases at the Intergeo show in Frankfurt (Germany), the Navsight Land/Air Solution, a full high performance inertial navigation solution designed to make surveyors’ mobile data collection easier, whether it is mobile mapping, GIS, or road inspection. Built on a proven technology, Navsight strengthens SBG Systems position as leading innovator on the mobile positioning market.  […]

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From GNSS to INS

Focusing on mobile mapping applications over the past several months we have looked at what is available regarding the GNSS component. Now it is time to move along to the INS. There seems to be considerable confusion and misunderstanding about the role of GNSS receivers in an INS. By this I mean it is often thought that the two were […]

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