March 2020

Direct Georeferencing for Photogrammetry Using Inertial Labs INS-B

Aerial Photogrammetry Aerial Photogrammetric analysis may be applied to a single image or high-speed imagery and remote sensing to detect, measure and record complex 3D motion fields. This is done by feeding measurements and image analysis into computational models that estimate the relative motions and positions with increasing accuracy. While in its early days it […]

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Affordable and Hassle-Free Solutions for Obsolete Sensors

Affordable and Hassle-Free Solutions for Obsolete Sensors Companies that adopted the first microelectromechanical (MEMS) accelerometers and inertial measurement sensors in the 1990s have struggled to find affordable solutions to replace sensors that have been discontinued due to the advent of newer technologies. Although the newer generations of sensors feature exponential performance improvements and are available

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Attitude and Heading Reference System (AHRS) Supports Data Input From External Single or Dual GNSS Receiver

Value Added AHRS Since its first release, the Inertial Labs Attitude and Heading Reference System (AHRS) has continued to develop and improve in its performance as well as its integration abilities. The newest addition, the AHRS-II-P, is a compact, lightweight, and affordable solution both as a standalone reference unit or a solution where applications involving

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How the Inertial Labs Kernel Tilt Sensors are Shaping Construction Safety

The Price of Safety As of today, the leading cause of fatalities and injury in the construction industry is due to a falling related incident. Data that was gathered by the United States Department of Labor and published by the Occupational Health and Safety Administration (OSHA) found that in 2017, falling incidents alone contributed to

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The MRU-PD: A Motion, Heading and Position Sensor for Marine Applications

Hydrography and Bathymetry Bathymetric or Hydrographic surveys are survey methods used for submarine topography that have been implemented for observation of marine landscapes and structures for several decades. With the technology for executing a survey becoming more affordable, many businesses which can benefit from such data begin to pursue the proper equipment to use for

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Counter UAS Upgrades for Better Accuracy in Dynamic Applications

Protection Since there initiation into the market in 2015, OpenWorks Engineering has been seeking to revolutionize the industry of security. While many industries focus primarily on offensive strategies for Autonomous Unmanned Systems (AUS) protection, OpenWorks has pushed an innovative solution that revolutionizes the defensive playing field. In the beginning of 2018, Openworks began it’s partnership

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Embention Partners with Inertial Labs to Supply Complete Autopilot Payload Solution

Partnership Embention began investigating Inertial Labs as a supplier for inertial measurement units (IMU) or attitude and heading reference systems (AHRS) in 2013. Their developing project would involve integrating such sensors with targeted munition rounds specifically designed for controlling and mitigating forest fires. In subsequent years, the Inertial Labs Inertial Navigation System became an appealing

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