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Lord MicroStrain debuts all-in-one navigation GNSS system


Lord Microstrain Sensing Systems, leading sensors and systems company, introduced its new all-in-one navigation system, which includes onboard RTK and built-in dual antenna GNSS receivers. This advanced inertial navigation system includes the 3DMGQ7-GNSS/INS which provides a centimeter-level position accuracy when accompanied with the company’s 3DMRTK modem and SensorCloud RTK corrections service. It features dual multiband GNSS receivers, low-noise and low-drift MEMS inertial sensors  and a robust adaptive Kalman filter.

The 3DMRTK provides the simplicity of a cellular connection to Parker LORD’s SensorCloud RTK base station network, replacing traditional radio-based stations. With RTK corrections the 3DMGQ7 can achieve centimeter-level positional accuracy. By removing the need for base station infrastructure, the 3DMRTK minimizes an integrator’s required time to market. The SensorCloud RTK provides seamless cloud-based network RTK corrections without the need for customer-supplied base stations and includes a cellular data plan with network RTK coverage.

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