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Trimble introduces GNSS-Inertial OEM modules

Washington, US: Trimble introduced next generation AP Series of embedded GNSS-Inertial OEM modules plus Inertial Measurement Units (IMUs), featuring a high-performance 220 channel multi-frequency GNSS receiver with dual-antenna heading support.

As per the company’s press statement, integrators can now harness the latest in GNSS positioning technology for improved mobile positioning accuracy and robustness, as well as add GNSS heading for improved orientation performance without the need of a second GNSS card. The result is improved performance and a reduction in size, weight and cost over previous versions.

The Trimble AP Series of modules features a high-performance precision GNSS receiver and the industry leading Applanix IN-Fusion GNSS-Inertial integration technology running on a powerful, dedicated Inertial Engine (IE) board. The modules track all available satellite signals including GPS L1/L2/L5, GLONASS L1/L2 and Galileo. With optional OmniSTAR VBS, XP, HP and G2 corrections capability and five different models to choose from, the AP Series provides a wide range of performance levels and price points to suit a variety of mobile positioning applications including airborne, terrestrial and marine mapping and guidance for unmanned vehicles.

Source: Trimble