Dynamic GPS tracking systems / 動態GPS跟踪系統






Guided ammunition / 制導彈藥
Accelerometer for missile guiding systems / 加速度導彈導向系統
Dynamic GPS tracking systems / 動態GPS跟踪系統
Dynamic platform stabilization / 動態平台穩定
Ground motion detection / 地面運動檢測
AHRS MEMS accelerometers / (AHRS)加姿態航向參考系統,MEMS加速度計
Inertial Navigation Systems / 慣性導航系統
Helicopter Attitude, Heading and Reference System (AHRS) / 直升機姿態,航向參考系統(AHRS)
Active Suspension Systems / 主動懸掛系統
Active Tilting Systems / 主動傾斜系統
Bogie Monitoring Systems / 轉向架監測系統
Train Positioning Systems / 列車定位系統
Wind Turbines / 風力發電機
Drilling sensor / 鑽孔傳感器
Static Antenna Stabilization / 靜態天線穩定
Automotive testing accelerometer / 汽車加速度檢測
Machine Health Monitoring (MHM) / 機器健康監測
Structural Health Monitoring (SHM) / 結構健康監測
Inclination monitoring / 傾斜角監控
Seismic Detection / 地震探測

Dynamic GPS tracking systems / 動態GPS跟踪系統

In today’s world, the majority of applications dealing with precision navigation rely on the use of GPS, a system used for both civilian and military tasks. However, when it comes to navigating densely-packed urban areas, indoor spaces or places where satellite signals cannot protrude, GPS alone doesn’t do the trick. The reason for this is that GPS is prone to errors due to the obstacles that impair or block satellite reception. There are, of course, alternatives to the GPS, such as the magnetometer or optical sensors, but each alternative comes with its own lists of shortcomings.

The magnetometer, for example, requires unobstructed access to our planet’s magnetic field and various equipment in industrial environments interferes with it, hindering the reliability of a magnetometer. As for optical sensors, they can be less reliable when faced with line-of-sight obstructions.

The MEMS accelerometer

MEMS accelerometers allow mobile platforms to measure parameters that are related to their movement and position in the real world, these measurements being known as ‘inertial measurements’. As such, inertial navigation systems (INS) are used to complement radio-navigation and GPS tools in areas where the latter are less reliable and improve their accuracy under normal circumstances. By integrating the acceleration data collected by the MEMS sensors, a GPS tracking system can calculate the position and moving pattern of the mobile platform with increased precision.

The Colibrys solution

Our MS9000 accelerometer are the ideal choice for navigational applications, given that they are GPS accelerometers developed for precision inertial systems for land, sea and air uses. The MS9000 is a single-axis analog accelerometer based on bulk micro-machined silicon elements and it features high bias stability over temperature in harsh environments, ensuring long-term stability. With a dynamic range of ±2g to ±10g, MS9000 accelerometer are part of the exclusive group of MEMS used in EASA, FAA and DAL A certified systems.


上次更新日期: 2022年08月03日。