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

1750 IMU

Advanced performance and flexibility in a small inertial system

  • Bias instability (25°C) ≤0.1°/hr, 1σ
  • Compact size, minimal weight, low power consumption
  • Highly accurate 6-degrees-of-freedom angular rate and acceleration data
  • Rugged design with excellent shock, vibration, and thermal performance
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1725

Rugged Design

  • Excellent shock, vibration, and thermal performance
  • Functional shock rating of 9g, 11 msec, sawtooth
  • Operating vibration of 8g rms, 20-2000 Hz
  • Low drift, high bandwidth
  • Commercial-off-the-shelf system

Maximum Flexibility

  • User-selectable data output rates from 1-1000 Hz
  • Industry standard RS-422 protocol
  • User-programmable message output from both accelerometers and FOGs
  • Flexible power input range from +9 to +36 VDC
  • Powerful yet adaptable inertial system for navigation and stabilization

Applications

  • Antenna, camera, laser pointing and stabilization
  • GNSS-aiding
  • Autonomous vehicles
  • AHRS
  • EO/FLIR stabilization
  • Flight controls
  • Mapping/surveying
  • Oil and gas exploration
  • Navigation, guidance and positioning
  • Motion-sensing
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