GPS-Aided Inertial Navigation System from LORD, MicroStrain Sensing Systems

LORD Corp., MicroStrain Sensing Systems
August 25, 2013

LORD Corp., MicroStrain Sensing Systems, Cary, NC, offers embedded sensing systems for aerospace and industrial markets and introduces its tactical grade GPS-aided inertial navigation system (GPS/INS): 3DM-RQ1™ -45. The device is built on the MIP protocol, and it is used for primary and/or secondary navigation systems, platform stabilization, antenna pointing, or unmanned systems. It provides airborne navigation with 5º/hr. gyro bias stability. The package is 23 mm tall and weighs 205 g. High-performance MEMs, rigorous calibration, and onboard estimation filtering offer tactical capabilities for required precision.


CompanyLORD Corp., MicroStrain Sensing Systems
CountryUnited States (USA)


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