OxTS offers a range of high-precision Inertial and GNSS navigation systems for measuring motion, position and orientation. All products contain a six-axis inertial measurement unit and either incorporate a GNSS receiver or are compatible with many external GNSS receivers on the market. Inertial navigation systems combined with GNSS provide highly accurate measurements of position, acceleration, velocity, true heading, roll, pitch, etc. in real-time. GNSS jumps, dropouts and multipath errors near trees and tall buildings are corrected by the tightly integrated algorithms.
Our range of survey and mapping products:
Explore our range of high performance, innovative INS solutions for survey and mapping applications, with products designed to meet all applications including UAV mapping, aerial mapping and mobile mapping as well as integrator board sets to integrate into your own product builds.
Our flagship INS for land-based mobile mapping and manned aircraft mappingFeaturing high-performance MEMS IMU sensors and Survey grade GNSS receivers
Our smallest INS yet with the performance you can rely onCombining cutting edge MEMS IMU sensors with survey-grade GNSS receivers
The high performance, lightweight, INS for drone and UAVSize and weight constraints are no obstacle with our xNAV v3 INS
xOEM v3 board set
Our lightweight, next generation INS board set for system integratorsFeaturing a futureproof build, to support evolving needs
OxTS Georeferencer and Boresight Tool
Georeference LiDAR and INS data with OxTS Georeferencer
Software & Plugins
Our software solutions support the use of OxTS products delivering key functionality including configuration, data display, analysis and manipulation as well as post-processing.View software modules
Sponsored AUVSI Webinar
With the popularity of LiDAR and other sensors on the rise, the gap between the Survey and Autonomous Vehicle Development industries has started to blur.
In this sponsored AUVSI webinar - Bridging the gap between the Survey and Autonomous Vehicle industries - we talk about why these lines are blurring and how Inertial Navigation plays a key role in the future of both sectors.Watch the recording