Unmanned Vehicles

Unmanned Systems

Worldwide 5cm Position Accuracy for Unmanned Vehicles

Navigation System Integration for Unmanned Vehicle Applications

GNSS is reliable but does need aid. An inertial navigation system (INS) allows an incredibly high rate of dynamic output (position coordinates, attitude, speed and acceleration) to be transmitted continuously without the aid of external references even in a hostile environment. Combined with a high precision system such as the SF-3050 StarFire GNSS receiver, INS/GNSS integrations allows for greater accuracy. Performance is no longer a function of your distance from a reference station, so you have the freedom to use StarFire anywhere in the world.

Navigation System Integration for Unmanned Vehicle Applications

GNSS is reliable but does need aid. An inertial navigation system (INS) allows an incredibly high rate of dynamic output (position coordinates, attitude, speed and acceleration) to be transmitted continuously without the aid of external references even in a hostile environment. Combined with a high precision system such as the SF-3050 StarFire GNSS receiver, INS/GNSS integrations allows for greater accuracy. Performance is no longer a function of your distance from a reference station, so you have the freedom to use StarFire anywhere in the world.

 

The SF-3050M for Unmanned Vehicle Applications

NavCom's SF-3050M integrated StarFire™/RTK GNSS Receiver provides 66 channel tracking, including multi-constellation support for GPS, GLONASS. It also provides industry leading performance in GNSS receiver sensitivity and signal tracking as well as patented multi-path mitigation, interference rejection and anti-jamming capabilities, while supporting a range of high-speed I/O, including Ethernet, Bluetooth and USB capability. Combined with the StarFire Network, the SF-3050M provides real-time 5 centimeter accuracy without the need for a base station.