KVH Unmanned & Autonomous Webinar Series:

Inertial Solutions in Autonomous Ground Reference Systems

March 29, 2017 • Hosted & Moderated by IEEE

KVH Unmanned & Autonomous Webinar Series:

Inertial Solutions in Autonomous Ground
Reference Systems

March 29, 2017 • 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
White Paper
Solving Navigation Challenges of Subsea Vehicles with Sensor-fused Advanced Control and Navigation Systems
White Paper
Solving Navigation Challenges of Subsea Vehicles with Sensor-fused Advanced Control and Navigation Systems

Application Gallery

High-speed gimbals require the precise pointing and stabilization provided by KVH’s low noise, low drift FOGs.
Compact highly accurate FOGs and IMUs from KVH are integrated into the navigation systems of UAVs; these sensors are also used to stabilize UAV payloads.
With GNSS unavailable underwater, Remotely Operated Vehicles (ROVs) navigation and control systems rely on compact, rugged IMUs from KVH to provide guidance and navigation.
Unmanned Ground Vehicles (UGVs) have KVH FOGs and IMUs integrated into their navigation systems, as well as providing stabilization for payloads.
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