Inertial Navigation System features dual antenna heading.

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Operating with 2 GNSS antennas that are mounted fore and aft on vehicle, Spatial FOG Dual continuously measures phase difference of GNSS signal received on each antenna and calculates bearing between antennas, providing high accuracy heading source. This heading source provides same level of accuracy in both stationary and moving applications and is not affected by magnetic interference. Spatial FOG Dual is targeted at survey applications.



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Advanced Navigation Releases Spatial FOG Dual



Advanced Navigation is pleased to announce the release of their new GNSS/INS Spatial FOG Dual. Spatial FOG Dual is a new variant of the popular Spatial FOG product that features the addition of high accuracy dual antenna heading.



The system operates with two GNSS antennas that are mounted fore and aft on the vehicle. By continuously measuring the phase difference of the GNSS signal received on each of the antennas, it is able to calculate the bearing between the two antennas which provides a very high accuracy heading source. This heading source provides the same level of accuracy in both stationary and moving applications and is not affected by magnetic interference making it more accurate and reliable than single antenna systems and magnetic heading systems.



Spatial FOG Dual features the very latest in dual antenna GNSS technology with the new Trimble MB-One integrated.



The product is targeted at survey applications which can benefit greatly from the increased heading accuracy especially under low dynamics conditions.



For more information please see the product page at: https://www.advancednavigation.com.au/product/spatial-fog-dual


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