Paeonian Springs, VA: Inertial Labs Releases INS-P-OEM – An Original Equipment Manufacturer (OEM) version of the Professional Inertial Navigation System. The INS-P-OEM INS (the new INS released as an OEM version) is the ideal solution for integrators and engineers within the aerospace community looking to develop a payload cost and performance drive customer and project success.
The INS-P-OEM is perfect for applications that involve intermittent GNSS-Outages maintaining a high level of heading accuracy, and, in turn, a high position estimation calculation is critical. The INS-P-OEM contains Inertial Labs’ gyro-compensated fluxgate magnetometer, with a tri-axial MEMS-based magnetic field sensor that calculates both magnetic field magnitude and direction for all three axes.
The Inertial Labs INS-P-OEM also allows for inputs of many other data formats and types to increase the robustness of the navigation solution, especially in a GNSS-Denied environment. Aiding data such as airspeed, external heading, external position, wind speed, odometry data, and even shallow pitch and roll data can all be fed into the INS-P-OEM and sensor fused inside the Inertial Labs Kalman Filter for an accurate and trusted navigation solution.
Additionally, the Inertial Labs INS-P-OEM features the ability for customization and modularity. The INS-P-OEM is configurable in whichever GNSS receiver the user would like to select for their application. Users can choose from many commercial off-the-shelf (COTS) receivers from NovAtel or uBlox. Customers will also benefit from this solution being an OEM-supplied solution, which means modularity and easy integration for the end user; the INS-P-OEM can fit into custom housings and other platforms.
About Inertial Labs, Inc.
Established in 2001, Inertial Labs is a position and orientation technologies leader for commercial/industrial and aerospace/defense applications. With a worldwide distributor and representative network covering 20+ countries across six continents and a standard product line that spans from Inertial Measurement Units (IMU) up to GPS-Aided Inertial Navigation Systems (INS) with application breadth on Land, Air, and Sea; Inertial Labs covers the gambit of inertial technologies.