Title: May the Inertial Force Be with You: Navigating the GPS-denied Multiverse (Land, air and sea)
Think you’ve heard it all when it comes to GPS-denied environments? This webinar is here to challenge that notion. While inertial navigation is no new concept, the introduction of HRG (hemispherical resonator gyroscope) technology has surpassed previously conceived boundaries. Land, air and sea are often regarded as different universes as they relate to navigation – each with its own dynamics, environmental factors, and nuances; each affected differently by various GPS-denial tactics. The HRG technology provides industry-leading performance in a low SWaP (size, weight and power) form factor enabling new missions in GPS-denied environments. What makes it so versatile and powerful? In this webinar, you’ll learn how the force of HRG technology can be harnessed across different landscapes.
In addition, you will gain an understanding of how:
- Integrated GPS/GNSS Inertial Navigation Systems (INS) are created to provide accurate positioning, attitude, and orientation measurements
- These INS are utilized in manned and unmanned vehicles to provide navigation solutions
- These INS are often integrated into PNT systems which incorporate multiple sensors to determine position and orientation and compensate for GPS/GNSS-denied environments
- Future systems will be designed to be more modular and open by integrating external sensors
- Safran Federal Systems has integrated internal and external sensors into its platform to provide Assured Position, Navigation, and Timing solutions