OxTS boresight alignment of LiDAR

Automatic boresight feature for improved georeferencing Works with OxTS GeoCloud georeferencing software Produce stunning point clouds (PCD / LAS format) from a Velodyne LiDAR scanner using an xNAV and the 

Why use a survey-grade Inertial Navigation System for Unmanned Aerial Systems ?

This 10-minute presentation, provides an entry-level explanation of how and why GNSS-aided inertial navigations systems are used on UAV platforms to capture both flight dynamic data and for georeferencing purposes. 

Why use an inertial navigation system on a mobile mapping vehicle?

GNSS receivers provide accurate position and velocity measurements, but can’t provide all the measurements required to fully georeference mobile mapping equipment. This 10-minute presentation explains how and why GNSS-aided inertial 

OxTS xNAV550 integration with Z+F LiDAR scanners

The OxTS xNAV550 GNSS-aided inertial system and Z+F PROFILER® 9012 were mounted on a vehicle roof and connected to each other using a custom interface cable. This provided an accurate 

Why use a survey-grade Inertial Navigation System on an Unmanned Aerial Vehicle?

Understanding flight dynamics When undertaking any form of flight, it is important to understand the orientation of the aerial platform, the nature of its motion and the direction in which 

OxTS gx/ix technology – intelligent GNSS processing for improved performance

What is gx/ix™? OxTS gx/ix technology is a powerful GNSS/inertial tight-coupling technology developed to take full advantage of OxTS’ extensive knowledge and experience in GNSS and inertial integration, Kalman filtering, 

RT-Range – an introduction to OxTS’ comprehensive ADAS testing solution

The RT-Range is a powerful system that has been designed to work in conjunction with our GNSS-aided inertial navigation products. Its main function is to produce real-time distance measurements between 

Why use an inertial navigation system (INS) with a LiDAR?

What is LiDAR? Light detection and ranging (LiDAR) technology is a technology used widely in the surveying community to collect high precision three-dimensional (3D) survey data.  This generic description of