An Inertial Navigation System (INS) is a critical component in a number of industries, including automotive testing and LiDAR survey.
But what is an INS, and how does it help test engineers and survey and mapping professionals do their jobs?
Join OxTS Support Engineer, Rhianna Ganly-Thomas, at 14:00 hrs (BST) on Thursday, 28th April as she discusses what makes up an OxTS INS and why it plays such an important role in so many industries.
During the webinar Rhianna will help attendees:
- Understand how an INS works
- Appreciate the benefits and limitations of different positioning technologies – Inertial Measurement Unit (IMU) and Global Navigation Satellite System (GNSS)
- See the value of OxTS combining an IMU with GNSS when capturing precision position, orientation and dynamics measurements