OxTS launch new blog

As leaders in the field of inertial navigation and high precision GNSS, OxTS are dedicated to supporting development teams and test houses, not just by perpetual improvement of the efficiency…

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OxTS supports Save the Children on Christmas Jumper Day

It’s beginning to look a lot like Christmas for staff at Oxford Technical Solutions, who donned their brightest, festive knitware and flashing reindeer antlers to help raise money for Save…

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indoor positioning with Locata

OxTS Indoor Positioning System with Locata

A case study on vehicle safety testing in indoor environments In order to address the growing need to perform vehicle testing in enclosed environments where a satellite-aided inertial navigation system…

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OxTS celebrates 20 years of success and looks ahead to an even brighter future

Oxford Technical Solutions marks its 20th anniversary This April marked the 20th anniversary of the founding of OxTS, the Oxfordshire-based company that has become a market leader in the field…

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Thomas Ying appointed as Technical Director

OxTS is delighted to announce that Thomas Ying is set to join the board of directors as technical director. Tom will take over from Terry Hurley, who is stepping down…

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Indoor positioning solution for vehicle testing without GNSS signal availability

OxTS has brought its centimetre-level-accurate measurement technology under cover with the arrival of its new indoor positioning system. Developed in collaboration with automotive test system supplier AB Dynamics, it is…

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OxTS demonstrates RT-Range S ADAS validation tool to over 90 test engineers in Sweden

For over a decade, automotive test engineers have used GNSS/IMU sensors as reference systems in testing advanced driver assistance systems (ADAS) and development projects. The benefit of GNSS/IMU sensors is…

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RT3003s used to score AutoDrive™ Challenge competition

As progress in autonomous vehicle development has increased, so has the complexity and range of sensors on the vehicles being tested. As a result, the need for a robust ‘ground-truth’…

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