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Small, Lightweight and Affordable Ins Ideal for Applications Where Payload Size and Weight Matter
The xNAV650 is OxTS’ smallest (77 x 63 x 24 mm) and lightest (130 g) Inertial Navigation System (INS) yet. The device makes use of the latest cutting edge technology, to deliver the precision and reliability OxTS’ customers have come to expect. The xNAV650 provides surveyors with reliable and precise navigation data, even when budgets are limited.
Our smallest, lightest and most affordable INS yet.
Measuring only 77 x 63 x 24 mm the xNAV650 is our smallest INS to date. Its small form factor is ideal for any application where space is limited making it ideal for UAV-based mapping.
When weight is a factor look no further than the xNAV650 INS. Weighing just 130 g, the xNAV650 is the ideal partner when precision is crucial, but the payload needs to be as light as possible. A lighter payload and lower power consumption mean longer flight times for UAVs.
Don't let budget be a barrier to success. xNAV650 hardware bundles start at an affordable price meaning that surveyors can now integrate precise and reliable navigation data into their projects even when the budget is limited.
Quad constellation (GPS, GLONASS, BeiDou and Galileo) as standard means that users of the xNAV650 INS can benefit from 2 cm position accuracy even in the most challenging GNSS environments.
OxTS NAVsuite software is a complementary addition to OxTS’ range of inertial navigation systems including the xNAV650. The tools allow users of OxTS’ devices to configure, analyse and post-process their data with ease.
Download the OxTS LiDAR Surveying brochure and learn more about LiDAR Surveying using an OxTS INS. The brochure introduces the benefits of integrating the inertial data provided by an OxTS INS with raw LiDAR data. The brochure also details the currently supported LiDAR sensors. Read the brochure
Accurately measuring the angles between your navigation and survey devices can be difficult to get right. However, using a data-driven approach to calibrating these angles can dramatically reduce survey set-up time, increase survey repeatability and improve the final output. Read how this can be achieved with our Boresight Calibration brochure. Read the brochure
Ordnance Survey were in need of a quicker, scalable and more cost-effective way to collect georeferenced pointcloud data. They engaged with OxTS to understand what was achievable. As a result, they were able to create highly accurate pointclouds and reduce costs, all whilst improving the efficiency of their mobile mapping operations. Read the case study
Southern Cross university (SCU) is involved in a project to protect the Great Barrier Reef from the possible effects of climate change. Part of the cooling and shading sub-program of the Reef Restoration and Adaption Program, SCU needed to measure wind speed from a moving platform. To do this accurately they had to combine the measurements from a sonic anemometer and IMU. This case study details how OxTS were able to help. Read the case study
OxTS Partner Dronezone were tasked with scanning an ageing railway bridge to identify potential weaknesses in its structure. Once they made the decision to survey the bridge using a UAV, there were a number of challenges they faced, specifically around payload weight, flight time, data processing, point cloud accuracy and more. This case study details how they overcame them. Read the case study
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