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iXSea to launch smallest inertial navigation system in the world at ASPRS
Date: Friday, June 10, 2011 @ 10:00:00 EDT
Topic: SURVEY NEWS


iXSea to launch smallest inertial navigation system in the world at ASPRSiXSea will unveil QUADRANS at this year's ASPRS Annual Conference in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. QUADRANS is the most complete all-in-one, high-grade inertial navigation system ever designed for airborne and land survey applications.



QUADRANS offers sensors, a GPS, a data logger, and all the necessary interface systems and computing electronics together in one housing.
 

"We are delighted to introduce QUADRANS to the industry at ASPRS," said Stephane Loeul, Sales Director, iXSea. "QUADRANS capitalizes on iXSea's 25 years of experience in designing ITAR-free, fiber-optic gyroscope-based IMUs for applications as demanding as satellite stabilization and survey. We have spent a great deal of time and effort downsizing our field-proven fiber-optic gyroscope technology. The result is that we have managed to maintain high performance standards and keep the price of the product very attractive. The market has not seen a product like this before. Its performance makes it a valuable option for most UAV, LIDAR mapping, digital imaging and hyperspectral sensing applications. QUADRANS opens up new possibilities for users with limited budgets."







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