Conducting a UAV survey from start to finish can be a long and complicated process when you don’t have the right tools. SBG Systems, leading manufacturer of Inertial Navigation Systems, has developed a full solution to help you completing your survey easily and efficiently.
During this webinar, Alexis Guinamard, CTO of SBG Systems, will present our innovative inertial navigation systems ideal for UAV survey. SBG Systems recently released new solutions with major breakthroughs that can be a perfect fit for your survey application.
And this will be followed by a presentation and demonstration of Qinertia, SBG Systems’ next-generation INS/GNSS PPK Software, by Raphaël Siryani, Chief Software Architect of the company.
Combined with an Inertial Navigation System, Qinertia improves your navigation data, allows access further analysis, and can fix some outages in your trajectory.
Chief Technology Officer and co-founder of SBG Systems, a supplier of miniature, high performance inertial navigation systems. He holds a M.S degree in embedded systems from Ecole Centrale d'Electronique. Since the past decade, at SBG Systems, he leads the development of cutting edge navigation algorithms including AHRS, INS, GNSS and more.
Chief Software Architect and co-founder of inertial manufacturer SBG, a supplier of miniature, high-performance motion-sensing solutions. He has an M.S. in embedded systems engineering from the Ecole Centrale d’Electronique. SBG Systems designs and manufactures attitude and heading reference systems (AHRS), inertial measurement units (IMU), inertial navigation systems with embedded GPS (INS/GPS), and more.
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