GPS Compassing is taking two GPS antennas and using them on a baseline with one another to give a heading. Watch the video below as Carson explains how RTK and dual compassing work together. Inside a sensor, the IMU contains a magnetometer. This sensor tells the system which direction it is facing and gives it […]
A question as old as time is, what is the difference between GPS and GNSS. Watch this video below as Carson breaks it down. One of the vital pieces to the Inertial Sense navigation system is GPS, or as we know it across the world, as GNSS. GPS stands for global positioning system. GNSS […]
You ever wonder what the difference between RTK base stations and differential GPS (DGPS) is, and how the two can operate together? Watch the video below as Walt breaks down how the two work together to give accurate information and data. How RTK GPS works is you have two GPS systems, a rover and […]
We all want as accurate information as possible when it comes to data and pinpointing location. And it is possible. Watch the video below as Walt explains how RTK can allow GPS signals to provide centimeter-level accuracy. RTK stands for real-time kinematic. It takes a correction service from an already surveyed GPS base station […]
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.