INS - Inertial Navigation Systems
Inertial Navigation Systems are Inertial Measurement Units (IMUs) with additional navigation sensors to create a solution which enables accurate positioning. GNSS aided Inertial Navigation Systems use satellite signals as an extra source of data for land and air vehicles. In Oceanographic applications the systems can be aided with EM logs, DVLs - Doppler Velocity Logs and depth sensors. Filter, select and compare Inertial Navigation Systems (INS) on Geo-matching.com, the world's largest online product database for surveying, navigation and machine guidance!
When buying and selecting an inertial navigation system (INS) for surveying and mapping applications, the key factor is if the INS is fit-for-purpose. Considerations include the accuracy and precision of the INS solution, the size and weight of the system, the amount of power needed to operate the system, the cost of the system, and the compatibility of the system with other surveying and mapping equipment. Additionally, it is important to consider the level of support offered by the manufacturer, the quality of the user interface, and the availability of training and technical documentation.
The price for an inertial navigation system (INS) can range from $3,000 to $50,000, depending on the features and capabilities of the system.
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