TAG: SBG Systems

SBG Systems improves Ellipse inertial sensors

January 31, 2017By

SBG Systems has released a new version of the Ellipse Series, its product line of miniature inertial sensors. The Ellipse has been greatly improved, showing higher performance in attitude measurement while adding the Galileo constellation to its GNSS receiver. After thousands of Ellipse miniature inertial sensors operational on the field, SBG Systems has made major improvements to its Ellipse line of miniature inertial... read more

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SBG Systems features MEMS-based inertial sensors at AUVSI’s Xponential 2016

May 13, 2016By

SBG Systems‘ Jack Mawson highlights the company’s MEMS-based inertial sensors at the Association of Unmanned Vehicles International‘s Xpontential 2016 show, held May 2-5 in New Orleans. read more

SBG Systems offers inertial sensors in subsea enclosures

March 2, 2016By

SBG Systems has released the Apogee-M and the Apogee-U, two inertial sensors, to complete the Apogee product line. The Apogee-M is a motion reference unit (MRU), and the Apogee-U is an inertial navigation system (INS). Both are made of titanium with a depth rating of 200 meters. Apogee Series is an accurate INS based on robust micro-electro-mechanical systems (MEMS) technology. One year... read more

SBG Systems moves US office from Chicago to California

December 3, 2015By

SBG Systems has moved its United States headquarters office from Chicago, Illinois, to Huntington Beach, California. SBG Systems is a supplier of miniature, high-performance and innovative motion sensing solutions. SBG Systems headquarters are based in Rueil-Malmaison, France. Its California office has an additional 10,000 square feet. “We will be able to offer better delivery times, more convenient meeting facilities to... read more

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SBG, Viametris Present 3D Indoor Scanning System at INTERGEO

September 8, 2015By
The iMS 3D indoor mapping system by Viametris uses an Ellipse-A by SBG for stability.

SBG Systems will join Viametris in presenting a new 3D indoor scanning system at the INTERGEO trade show, which will be held Sept. 15-17 in Stuttgart, Germany. The iMS 3D is a mobile 3D indoor scanner generating continuous point clouds. For this brand-new model of indoor mobile mapping system, or iMMS, Viametris chose SBG Systems’ miniature Attitude and Heading Reference Sensor (AHRS), the Ellipse-A. The iMS... read more

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YellowScan Lidar for UAVs Aided by Inertial Nav, GPS RTK

September 4, 2015By

SBG Systems joins YellowScan to present a lightweight lidar with inertial and GPS for UAVs. The new product will be presented at the INTERGEO trade show in Stuttgart, held Sept. 15-17. The YellowScan lidar is designed for fixed or rotary-wing UAVs, with an embedded Ellipse-E, a miniature inertial navigation system from SBG Systems, which helps obtaining a clear and accurate point cloud. The... read more

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SBG Systems Selects Septentrio AsteRx4 for Apogee Series

April 15, 2015By

SBG Systems, a manufacturer of inertial navigation systems (INS), has selected the Septentrio AsteRx4 OEM GNSS receiver to equip its Apogee product line. The announcement was made during Ocean Business 2015, held April 14-16 in Southampton, England. “We are delighted that SBG Systems — a respected specialist in designing INS/GNSS — endorses our newly released GNSS receiver for its performance,” said, Laurent Le... read more

SBG Systems Releases Apogee Series of MEMS Inertial Navigation Systems

February 18, 2015By
SBG Systems' Apogee-N.

SBG Systems has released the Apogee Series, its most accurate inertial navigation systems based on robust and cost-effective MEMS technology. The INS/GNSS integrates the latest generation of MEMS sensors and a tri-frequency GNSS receiver. Apogee achieves 0.008° in roll and pitch in real-time and 0.005° in post-processing. With two antennas, it delivers a robust and accurate heading. Four models compose the Apogee line.... read more