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VectorNav Technologies announces Tactical Series line of Intertial Navigation Systems

VectorNav technologies, a leading innovator and manufacturer of embedded navigation solutions has introduced its Tactical Series Line of Inertial Navigation Systems.

It comes with industry leading navigation algorithms and proprietary tactical-grade IMU core to provide unprecedented navigation performance yet maintaining its compact, robust package.

The Tactical Series Inertial Navigation Systems (INS) is build on a common tactical grade MEMS inertial sensing core and includes VN-110 Inertial Measurement Unit Attitude Heading Reference System (IMU/AHRS), VN-210 GPS-Aided INS (GPS/INS) and VN-310 Dual Antenna GPS/INS.

It easily integrates with broad range of airborne, marine and ground based platforms. It could be  the optimum choice for integrators of SWaP-C (size, weight, power and cost) constrained manned and unmanned systems.

It is designed at VectorNav’s Dallas, TX, headquarters and uses solid state MEMS technology to incorporate 3-axis gyro with less than 1/hours in-run bias stability, with attitude accuracy of 1 to 2 mrad. The Tactical Series meets DO-160G standards and IP68 rating as well.

VectorNav Technologies Tactical Series line of Intertial Navigation Systems will be up for display at XPONETIAL 2016 in New Orleans, LF from May 3 to 5, 2016.

VectorNav President, John Brashear at the launch said, “The Tactical Series is the culmination of many years of development effort and collaboration with systems integrators across a broad range of industries, We have combined our digital filtering expertise and experience in solving the challenging navigation requirements of customers worldwide to develop what is truly a next generation navigation solution.”

Pawan Lokhandwala

Mobile phone enthusiast, Techbuff and a Gamer. Pawan is Founder and Editor at TechANDROIDS.com. He is a Mobile Technology Enthusiast who is passionate about Cellphones, Gadgets, Gizmos and Mobile apps. Technology fascinates him and he loves helping others. He has been writing Tech Articles for more than 10 years.

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