The Inertial Labs Miniature Attitude and Heading Reference System, MiniAHRS, Provides Absolute Orientation for Any Mounted Device

All new MiniAHRS delivers a cost-effective and high-performance strapdown system

The new Inertial Labs MiniAHRS utilizes 3-axes each of precision accelerometers, magnetometers and gyroscopes to provide heading, pitch and roll of the device under the measure. It contains state-of-the-art algorithms for different dynamic motion of robots, UAV, UGV, UUV AGV, ROV, gimbals and antennas. With this device, Inertial Labs can offer one model with multiple configurations at an exceptional price-performance ratio.

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The MiniAHRS can be applied in a wide range of fields such as remote sensing, in which the MiniAHRS provides precise orientation for drones designed to scan an area. The accuracy in this regard is paramount as the point cloud data relies on the accuracy of orientation data, primarily heading. In addition to remote sensing, the MiniAHRS is an ideal low-cost solution for ensuring that communication hardware is properly oriented with offset angles compensated for. This ability is highlighted in antenna pointing, in which the MiniAHRS can be used for both line of sight and beyond line of sight applications.

Inertial Labs, already one of the leaders in position and orientation sensor technologies, is growing its catalog of innovative solutions at the best value, smallest size, and lowest power consumption in their class. From commerce and industry to government, defense, and aerospace, Inertial Labs is at the forefront of developing and customizing products for exciting technologies, solving today’s problems, and unraveling those of tomorrow.

About Inertial Labs

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Established in 2001, Inertial Labs is one of the leaders in position and orientation technologies for both commercial/industrial and aerospace/defense applications. With a worldwide distributor & representative network covering 20+ countries across 6 continents, a standard product offering that spans from Inertial Measurement Units (IMU) up to full GPS-Aided Inertial Navigation Systems (INS), and an application breadth that covers Land, Air, and Sea; Inertial Labs covers the gambit of inertial technologies.

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