Inertial Sense Overview – What Comes in An Inertial Sense Development Kit?
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 easier for your autonomous robotics build.
It’s recommended to start with a development kit because the development kit comes with all the components you need for integration and to get your autonomous robotic devices to market faster.
The kit contains a GPS antenna to fit the application or the sensor package you purchase. It also contains cables for the interface. Along with the purchase of the physical components, you can receive support hours.
In addition to support, the Inertial Sense sensor comes with a few options of software/firmware. This firmware is the CL tool and the eval tool in an SDK.
If you have any questions about the development kit, the components inside the kit, or how to order a kit, give us a call. We’re more than happy to help you through this process!
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No matter what sensor you’re selecting, whether it’s the IMU, the AHRS, or the INS, we recommend that you start out with the development kit instead of an individual sensor.
This is because the development kit is going to come with all of the components you need to simplify integration and get to market faster.
The kit is going to come in a container similar to this one. And inside of it, you’ll find several different components. Most importantly, you’ll find the sensor you select.
I’ve got a rugged sensor in this case. There’s a few different form factors which we’ll cover in videos moving forward.
Also inside of this development kit, you’re going to find a GPS antenna that’s going to fit the application or the sensor package which you end up purchasing. There’s also going to be cables for interface. Along with these physical components, there are also a couple things that we provide above and beyond what’s inside the kit, we provide support hours.
In addition to that support, our sensor also comes with a few options of software//firmware. This firmware is the CL tool, the eval tool in an SDK. And we can help you work through those and put the information into it, and help you understand those tools. If you need, it’s also included in our documentation.
If you have any questions about the development kit, the components inside, or how to order one, we have a link below. Go ahead and click that or give us a call. We’re more than happy to help you through this process.