Inertial Labs launches updated GPS-Aided Navigation System
Inertial Labs announced the release of an upgraded version of the “INS-U” GPS-Aided Inertial Navigation System, an extended version of Differential Pressure Sensor and Embedded Air Data Computer, allowing the unit to measure airspeed with up to 600 KNOTS to enhance high dynamic applications.
This new INS-U version can output fused (GNSS + IMU) NMEA data to Pixhawk Autopilot, which allows Pixhawk Autopilot to navigate UAV in a long-term GNSS-denied environment (more than 1 hour). Intertial Labs is a developer of GPS-Aided Inertial Navigation and Measurement Units.
The INS-U is a fully integrated, combined Inertial Navigation System (INS) + Attitude & Heading Reference System (AHRS) + Air Data Computer (ADC) high-performance strapdown system that determines position, velocity, and absolute orientation (Heading, Pitch, and Roll) for any device on which it is mounted. Horizontal and Vertical Position, Velocity, and Orientation are determined with high accuracy for both motionless and high-dynamic applications.