Products/Services for Autonomous Inertial Navigation

  • Inertial Navigation Systems-Image
    Inertial Navigation Systems - (81 companies)
    Inertial navigation systems use a combination of accelerometers and angular rate sensors (gyroscopes) to detect altitude, location, and motion. They may also be capable of detecting attitude, position, velocity, temperature, or magnetic field... Search by Specification | Learn More
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    Automatic Guided Vehicles (AGV) - (105 companies)
    ...or areas within which or over which they can navigate. Navigation is achieved by any one of several means, including following a path defined by buried inductive wires, surface mounted magnetic or optical strips; or alternatively by way of inertial... Search by Specification | Learn More
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    Inertial Measurement Units (IMU) - (27 companies) stored in the memory of an IMU, and are automatically reflected in the measurement data. IMUs are used in applications such as motion analysis and control, unmanned and navigation systems, vibration control and stabilization, as well as pointing... Learn More
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    Inertial Sensor Chips - (24 companies)
    Inertial sensors are semiconductor devices used to measure acceleration, changes in inclination, and gyration. Inertial sensors are semiconductor devices that are used to measure acceleration, changes in inclination, and gyration. There are several... Search by Specification | Learn More
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    Navigation Lights - (25 companies)
    Navigation lights are colored illumination devices used on aircraft, watercraft, and spacecraft. They are used to alert other crafts or vessels of the signaling craft's position, status, and/or heading. Most aircraft and marine vessels are required... Learn More
  • Navigational Instruments - (208 companies)
    ...instruments. GPS systems are used for mapping and surveying, handheld navigation, vehicle tracking/fleet management, and tracking. Field data collection software can be integrated. The most common compass types are baseplate and lensatic. Image Credits... Learn More
  • Cyclone Separators - (100 companies)
    Cyclone separators and centrifugal separators utilize centrifugal, gravitational, and inertial forces to remove fine particles suspended in air or gas. How to Select Cyclone Separators. Image Credit: Koger Air Corporation, Aget Manufacturing Company... Search by Specification | Learn More
  • Hydrophones - (61 companies)
    Hydrophones are underwater acoustic sensors used in marine research, undersea mapping and navigation, and various commercial and military applications. Hydrophones are underwater acoustic sensors, which most commonly use piezoelectric technology... Search by Specification | Learn More
  • Buoys and Floats - (65 companies)
    Buoys and floats are designed to float on the surface of a body of water, or are supported below the water 's surface to mark a location. They are used in marine navigation, boat mooring, nautical communications, and weather observation applications... Learn More
  • Accelerometers - (290 companies)
    Remote marine animal tracking. Seismology systems. Inertial navigation systems. Gravimetry. Specifications. Acceleration Amplitude and Frequency. When matching an accelerometer to an intended application, a buyer must consider the product's... Search by Specification | Learn More
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