Marine

Underwater Inertial Navigation Features GPS and Sensors

August 1, 2013By
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The Sublocus underwater inertial navigation system by Advanced Navigation features high-accuracy north-seeking fiber-optic gyroscopes and accelerometers with a GPS receiver and pressure depth sensor, fused to deliver positional accuracy of 0.08 percent of distance traveled. The system also provides highly accurate roll, pitch, heading, heave, depth, and altitude. Sublocus is also available with an integrated RDI Workhorse Navigator DVL for... read more

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SBG Systems Offers Dual-Antenna GNSS Inertial System

July 29, 2013By

SBG Systems has added a new inertial system to its Ekinox Series. With integrated Dual Antenna GPS + GLONASS receiver, the Ekinox-D is a ready-to-use survey-grade inertial navigation system that provides consistent true heading (0.05°), SBG Systems said. The Ekinox-D is a high-performance inertial navigation system that embeds a dual-antenna L1/L2 GNSS receiver to deliver more robust heading and position,... read more

Hemisphere GNSS Announces New Crescent Vector GNSS Compass Module

June 5, 2013By

Hemisphere GNSS has launched its new Crescent Vector H200 GNSS compass module, a high-performance receiver for heading, positioning, heave, and attitude. Vector H200 is designed for professional marine, navigation, and land applications in challenging and dynamic environments. Vector H200 processes L1 GPS and GLONASS signals to deliver precise heading, greater positioning reliability, and better performance in challenging environments, Hemisphere GNSS... read more

C-Nav Solutions Offers C-Tides GNSS Tide Measurement Package

June 3, 2013By
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C-Nav, supplier of international GNSS Precise Point Positioning services, has launched its latest GNSS real-time tide measurement package, C-Tides. The C-Tides suite combines the vertical accuracy of C-Nav’s GNSS Precise Point Positioning service with the latest advanced ocean and coastal tides models, the company said. C-Tides Online features real-time filters and vessel dynamics, a choice of worldwide Mean Sea Surface... read more

Hemisphere GNSS Announces High-Precision R330 Universal GNSS Receiver

May 28, 2013By

Hemisphere GNSS has rolled out the R330 GNSS receiver, a versatile, fully featured positioning system. R330 delivers accurate and robust positioning through a variety of differential correction methods including SBAS, L-Band, Beacon and RTK, the company said. With its wide range of functionality and ease of use, the R330 is suitable for a variety of land and marine applications. The... read more

Topcon Announces MR-1 Precise Heading Solution

April 11, 2013By
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Topcon Positioning Systems has released the MR-1 Heading System, an OEM GNSS solution for high-performance positioning and heading. Using the MR-1 receiver and Topcon’s MG-A8 antenna, the system provides “centimeter-accurate RTK positioning and better than 1/10 of a degree heading accuracy in challenging environments,” said Doug Langen, TPS GNSS product manager. “The rugged MR-1 receiver is water and dustproof and... read more

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Smithsonian Time and Navigation Exhibit Opens Friday

April 10, 2013By
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A major exhibition opening April 12, “Time and Navigation: the untold story of getting from here to there,” explores how revolutions in timekeeping over three centuries have influenced how people find their way. This project is a unique collaboration between two of the Smithsonian’s largest and most popular museums: the National Air and Space Museum and the National Museum of... read more

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Making Europe’s Seaways Safe for eNavigation

April 1, 2013By
28 days worth of ship-traffic data for the Strait of Dover.

An overview of the work of the General Lighthouse Authorities of the United Kingdom and Ireland on the implementation of Enhanced Loran Initial Operational Capability (IOC) in the waters around Great Britain. eLoran is the latest in the longstanding and proven series of low-frequency, LOng-RAnge Navigation systems. It evolved from Loran-C in response to the 2001 Volpe Report on GPS vulnerability. It vastly improves upon previous Loran systems with updated equipment, signals, and operating procedures. read more