KVH Unmanned & Autonomous Webinar Series:

Inertial Solutions in Autonomous Ground Reference Systems

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KVH Unmanned & Autonomous Webinar Series:

Inertial Solutions in Autonomous Ground
Reference Systems

Hosted & Moderated by IEEE

1725 IMU

Superior Performance at MEMS Prices

High Performance and Low Cost ‚Äč

  • Commercial-off-the-shelf, FOG-based IMU performance at MEMS prices
  • High bandwidth (-3 dB): ≥440 Hz
  • Low noise (ARW): ≤0.017°/√hr (≤1°/hr/√Hz)
  • Excellent shock and vibration performance
  • Bias instability (25°C) ≤0.1°/hr, 1σ
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1725

Compact and Lightweight

  • Small, compact design: 88.9 mm Dia x 73.7 mm h (3.5" x 2.9")
  • Lightweight: <0.7 kg (1.45 lbs.)
  • Designed for easy integration
  • RS-422 Asynchronous or Synchronous communication with user-programmable data and baud rates

Versatile and Robust

  • Excellent shock performance: 9 g, 11 msec, sawtooth
  • Superior vibration performance: 8 g rms, 20-2000 Hz
  • Flexible interfaces and programmable message outputs and data rates
  • Scalable with high bandwidth and low noise
  • Flexible power input range from +9 to +36 VDC

Applications

  • Unmanned commercial or defense platforms (ground/aerial/marine surface/submersible)
  • Antenna and camera stabilization
  • EO/FLIR system stabilization
  • GPS/GNSS-aiding inertial navigation
  • Mobile mapping systems
  • Motion sensing systems
  • Navigation, guidance and positioning
White Paper
Overcoming GNSS Vulnerability in Multi-Sensor Systems for High Accuracy Navigation, Pointing and Timing Solutions
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Guide to Comparing Gyro and IMU Technologies
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