Electronics & Electrification
The winner is the ACEINNA INS401 Inertial Navigation System (INS). It has a real-time-kinematic-enabled, dual-frequency global navigation satellite system receiver, triple-redundant inertial sensors, and a positioning engine. It is designed for use in L2+ and higher autonomous vehicle applications requiring precise position information for safe and efficient operation.
The new INS401 INS provides precise positioning for a wide range of autonomous vehicles, especially for vehicles in the agriculture and construction spaces. It enables these self-guided vehicles to operate (without a human in control) at a high level of operational accuracy, regardless of the type of terrain being worked upon. This includes at night, during heavy rain or snow, and in dusty and dirty environments.
The inertial measurement unit technology used inside the INS responds to gravity, acceleration inertia and the laws of physics. It is immune to the challenges faced by other sensors.
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