Inertial Navigation System requires single connector.
May 21, 2014 -
Tightly integrating fiber optic gyroscopes with GNSS and INS, Spatial FOG v2 cuts power consumption and heat generation. GNSS receiver supports L5 GPS signals as well as Chinese BeiDou B1 and B2 satellite signals. Optimized north seeking algorithm allows Spatial FOG to accurately align under conditions that may not have been previously possible. Backwards compatible with version 1.0, v2.0 has same mounting footprint, electrical connections, and protocol.
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Press release date: May 13, 2014
Advanced Navigation is pleased to announce the release of the second generation hardware of their Spatial FOG GPS aided inertial navigation system.
The update includes a major packaging change that more tightly integrates the fibre optic gyroscopes with the GNSS and INS. This provides a significant reduction in power consumption and heat generation as well as requiring only a single connector.
The update also incorporates a new GNSS receiver which adds support for L5 GPS signals as well as the Chinese BeiDou B1 and B2 satellite signals.
Together with the updated hardware, version 2.0 of the Spatial FOG firmware has been released which features significant enhancements to the north seeking algorithm. This allows Spatial FOG to accurately align under conditions that may not have been possible previously.
The updated version 2.0 hardware remains fully backwards compatible with version 1.0, featuring the same mounting footprint, electrical connections and protocol. For existing customers, Spatial FOG version 1.0 will remain available until 2019.