SEPTENTRIO STRENGTHENS ITS GNSS/INS PORTFOLIO WITH A SINGLE ANTENNA RECEIVER

High-precision GPS/INS receiver is now available with a single antenna for faster integration, lighter weight and lower power consumption.

SEPTENTRIO STRENGTHENS ITS GNSS INS PORTFOLIO WITH A SINGLE ANTENNA RECEIVER

High-precision GPS/INS receiver is now available with a single antenna option for faster integration, lighter weight and lower power consumption.

Septentrio, a leader in high-precision positioning technology, announced today that their GPS/INS receiver is now available with a single antenna option. This single antenna receiver brings the possibility of robust centimeter positioning and 3D attitude (heading, roll, pitch), while keeping weight and power consumption to a minimum. For Septentrio customers this means simplified integration as well as increased operation time and productivity.

Key Features

  • Reliable and accurate IMU-enhanced GNSS positioning down to the cm level
  • Full attitude – heading pitch and roll
  • Ultra-lightweight, low-power and compact
  • AIM+ Advanced Interference Monitoring and mitigation system
  • High update rate, low-latency positioning and attitude
  • Robust calibration for wide temperature ranges

Septentrio reliable centimeter-level positioning is based on multi-frequency, multi-constellation GNSS (GPS, GLONASS, Galileo, BeiDou, QZSS) technology. AsteRx-i S combines GNSS and an industry-grade IMU (Inertial Measurement Unit) to deliver precise positioning together with 3D attitude and coasting functionality. Septentrio’s unique GNSS – IMU integration algorithm enables continuous positioning in difficult environments such as near high structures, under foliage or during short GNSS outages (this is referred to as coasting or dead reckoning). This makes AsteRx-i S an ideal positioning solution for robotics, autonomous vehicles and logistics. Previously available only as a dual antenna product, AsteRx-i S is now available with either a single or a dual antenna option.

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