IMU & NAV

Inertial Measurement Sensors are used in a wide variety of applications. Those include Inertial Measurement Units (IMU) and Navigation Systems (NAV).

We offer a broad range of high quality and reliable IMU and Navigation systems of our leading global partners.

Geodetics is an expert in Navigation systems and advanced sensing systems. Geodetics precise Positioning, Navigation and Timing (PNT) solutions are designed to address a wide range of requirements for Air, Sea and Land, including high speed pointing/attitude and relative position/angle applications.

Aceinna is a spin-off of Memsic Inc. a world leader in MEMS sensors technology. Aceinna’s inertial systems provide end-users and systems integrators with fully-qualified MEMS-based solutions for measurement of static and dynamic motion in a wide variety of challenging environments, including; avionics, remotely operated vehicles, agricultural and construction vehicles and automotive test.

 

 

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MEMSIC IMU440 – MEMS INERTIAL MEASUREMENT UNIT

The Memsic IMU440 is a high-reliability low power strapdown inertial system providing accurate measurement of angular rate and linear acceleration in dynamic environments, with output data also available in delta theta and delta velocity format. The IMU440 is offered in standard and high range sensor configurations to allow the best match for the user’s application.

 

Key Features:

  • 3-Axis Angular Rate and 3-Axis Linear Acceleration Outputs
  • Delta Theta and Delta Velocity Outputs
  • Bias In-Run Stability < 10 deg/hr
  • Output Data Rate > 100 Hz
  • High-Range Sensor Options (400 deg/sec and 10g)
  • Low Power < 3W
  • High Reliability, MTBF > 25,000 hours
  • Analog Output Option
  • Rugged Sealed Enclosure

 

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MEMSIC NAV440 – GPS-AIDED MEMS INERTIAL SYSTEM

The Memsic NAV440 is a fully-integrated GPS-aided attitude & heading reference system and GPS navigation solution. The NAV440 provides full inertial data (angles, rates, accels) and GPS position, along with inertially derived velocity that provides significant improvement in stability and latency compared with stand-alone GPS velocity measurements.

Key Features:

  • Complete GPS-Aided AHRS Solution
  • Accuracy < 0.2 deg
  • Output Data Rate > 100Hz
  • High-Range Sensor Options (400 deg/sec and 10g)
  • WAAS and EGNOS Enabled GPS
  • Low Power < 4W
  • High Reliability, MTBF > 25,000 hours
  • Analog Output Option
  • Rugged Sealed Enclosure
  • DO-160D Environments