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Autonomous navigation?
You’re in the right place.

Inertial navigation systems for localisation and control

Right now, vehicles around the world are being guided with position, orientation and motion data from OxTS components.

We’ve worked with every development team to select the suitable base component and customised it, where necessary, to produce a scalable solution that offers the necessary performance at a commercially viable price point.

Should you want to do the same, you’re in the right place.

Here to help you navigate the path to autonomy

To learn how your product integrations could benefit from our capabilities, expertise and solutions, please download our OxTS Autonomy brochure.

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Explore our inertial navigation system components


Uncompromising performance in an economical package

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OEM3000 v3

Our highest performance INS for product integration

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Sensor fusion at speed with OxTS' generic aiding interface

A robust and flexible navigation system uses a variety of sensors to aid the solution.

Learn more about integrating multiple sensors with OxTS components at speed.

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Explore our autonomy applications

Aerial mobility and drones

Aerial INS navigation and control for aeronautical applications, including position, motion, pitch and roll measurements.

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Autonomous mining vehicles

Real time navigation and positioning in GNSS-denied, hazardous mining environments

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Industrial automation

Low size, weight and power (SWaP) navigation systems for precise machine control.

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Ports and logistics

Real time positioning and navigation for ports and logistics, including urban canyons and GNSS denied environments.

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Real-time position and motion measurements for driverless autonomous vehicles.

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Interested in integrating OxTS navigation components into your autonomous vehicle?

Contact us about the project

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