Technology is a growing industry and shows no signs of slowing down. Watch the video below as Brett and Carson discuss what new technology Inertial Sense has to offer in terms of our new products and current technology (like our IMU sensors). Inertial Sense not only offers autonomous software, but we offer RTK and are […]
There are different flavors of SLAM, and knowing which one is right for you matters. Watch the video below as Chase breaks down vSLAM vs LIDAR, some advantages, and disadvantages. LIDAR is a light sensor. It uses lasers that shoots in different directions gathering information about objects around it. This technology can be found […]
Let’s face it, autonomy and robotics are cool! Technology is growing exponentially, and Inertial Sense is exhilarated to grow with it. Watch the video below for a little in-depth breakdown of what the LUNA platform offers, including CPU and GPU capabilities. Sensors help give your autonomous vehicle or robot a foundation. But the icing on […]
Whether it’s the IMU, the AHRS, or the INS sensor you decide to use in your autonomous robotic, you’re making a great choice. But what if there were a way to simplify the process? Watch the video below to see what’s included in a development kit and how it can make the transition a bit […]
An autonomous robot versus a controlled robot can operate the same, but the robot brain is much different. Watch the below as Josh explains the big difference between autonomous and controlled robots. Now let’s take a look at autonomous robots versus controlled robots. An autonomous robot has the capability to move on its own, […]
We get this question all the time, “Should I get an inertial sensor development kit or a module?” Oftentimes, our customers either need something with proper documentation and plenty of adapters to go to different communication protocols OR they have extra experience designing circuits and need something out of the box, at scale. Watch the […]
The journey into robotics has a long history with many ups and downs. Inertial Sense is not much different. Our intent was to make the lightest and highest performance of inertial sensors, with the widest range of devices. So, with making such a big splash so unexpectedly, how does one top that? Watch the video […]
Founded in 2013, Inertial Sense is making precision and autonomous movement so easy it can be included in nearly any type of device. With an initial focus on small workhorse devices such as robotic mowers, last-mile delivery vehicles, precision agriculture, and consumer equipment, Inertial Sense is transforming how the world moves.