Robots and automated systems are ideally suited to take on repetitive, dirty, and dangerous jobs. These systems have already proven their value in commercial environments. For example, Arkansas State University has implemented Husqvarna autonomous mower systems that have significantly reduced the cost of maintaining their grounds. Autonomous navigation presents some real challenges, especially as the […]
Provo, Utah – January 31, 2019 – Inertial Sense, creators of compact high-performance precision Inertial-GPS Navigation Systems, today announced the release of Real-Time Kinematic (RTK) support for their Inertial Sensors. Their augmented inertial navigation solution is now available with an accuracy of 2-3 centimeters. That in combination with the on-board fusion of inertial sensors provides […]
Inertial Sense announced the availability of a micro-sized rugged GNSS-INS that has an onboard GNSS receiver and fully fused Inertial Navigation Solution. There is no need to spend time choosing IMU sensors and writing the algorithms to fuse navigation data. We provide it all for you.” — Walt Johnson – Founder SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH, […]
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.