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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

1775 IMU

Premium Performance for Critical Applications

KVH’s premier IMU for the most demanding environments and applications  ‚Äč

  • Exceptional FOG-based IMU performance for critical applications
  • Very high bandwidth (-3 dB) 
    ≥1000 Hz at data rates 2300 to 5000 Hz 
    ≥440 Hz at data rate of 1000 Hz (default)
  • Very low latency: <500 µsec
  • 3 axes of magnetometers for automatic gyro bias compensation in the presence of strong magnetic fields
  • User-selectable baud rate and data rates
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Highlights & Specifications

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1725

Compact and Lightweight

  • Compact design: 88.9 mm Dia x 73.7 mm h (3.5" x 2.9") (max)
  • Lightweight: 0.7 kg (1.45 lbs) (max)
  • Built with DSP-1750 Fiber Optic Gyros (FOGs) – the world’s smallest high performance FOG
  • RS-422 Asynchronous or Synchronous communication with user-programmable update rates from 1 to 5000 Hz
  • Commercial Off-the-Shelf (COTS) system 

Designed for Challenging Environments

  • Flexible interfaces and multiple programmable message outputs
  • Magnetometers for automatic gyro bias compensation in the presence of strong magnetic fields
  • User-adjustable baud rate and data rates
  • Excellent shock and vibration tolerance

Applications

  • Pipeline inspection and maintenance systems
  • GNSS-aiding inertial navigation systems
  • Augmented reality and mobile mapping systems
  • Stabilization systems for high-speed gimbals, EO/FLIR platforms
  • Drilling, mining systems
  • Targeting and precision guiding systems
White Paper
Overcoming GNSS Vulnerability in Multi-Sensor Systems for High Accuracy Navigation, Pointing and Timing Solutions
White Paper
Guide to Comparing Gyro and IMU Technologies
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