ACEINNA’s inertial solutions deliver high precision in an easy-to-use open source development environment. Our fully temperature calibrated solutions deliver the performance needed to sense the real-world motion of today’s intelligent systems.
Open IMU solutions offer best-in-class IMU performance with fully customizable, open source algorithms.
Ruggedized, environmentally sealed inertial sensors that can survive tough construction, agriculture and industrial applications.
GNSS & IMU sensors combined to deliver cm level accuracy positioning and inertial positioning estimation.
Simulate -> Code & Deploy -> Analyze Navigation Systems
Easily create a virtual IMU, motion trajectory and navigation algorithm simulations.
Code & Deploy
Customize and deploy algorithms directly on ACEINNA’s OpenIMU hardware using Free VS Code Extension. Implement an INS Kalman Filter.
Connect ACEINNA OpenIMU directly to ACEINNA Navigation Studio to record and analyze real-world results.
OpenIMU Development PlatformLink to OpenIMU
Open Source Triple Redundant Surface Mount IMU
Surface Mount, Triple Redundant 6 DOF inertial measurement system ideal for cost sensitive high-volume safety related applications requiring fault tolerance.
Open Source Embedded IMU
Embedded high-performance multi-axis (9 DOF) inertial measurement systems supporting a wide range of applications including INS, AHRS, Vertical Gyro and others. The precisely calibrated IMU is compatible with Aceinna’s open source development platform.
Open Source Rugged Sealed IMU
Standalone sealed, rugged 9 DOF inertial measurement system ideal for construction, agricultural and other vehicles applications.
The Aceinna OpenIMU300RI is rugged, sealed high-performance 9 DOF open source inertial measurement system with CAN and RS232 interfaces, compatible with Aceinna’s open source development platform.
Inertial Measurement Units (IMU)
Integrated GNSS / RTK Inertial Navigation Module
Surface mount module for developers creating guidance and navigation systems for autonomous vehicles, robots, drones, industrial, construction, and agricultural machinery.
Inertial Navigation Systems (INS）