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Marketing and Communication Manager, SBG SYSTEMS

07/2016

Technology is moving fast with always the “more accurate, cheaper, smaller” dictate. Three years ago, SBG Systems has been able to integrate all those wishes into a single unit: the Ekinox Inertial Navigation System (INS). In 2015, SBG Systems took another step forward with the release of the Apogee, the most accurate inertial navigation system based on the robust and cost-effective MEMS technology. Without export restriction, the Apogee stands as a game changer on the hydrographic market. It provides an unmatched Performance-Price-Size ratio and sets up new standard in the industry. Let’s see how MEMS-based inertial sensors can be used in some of the latest technical solutions dedicated to hydrographic surveyors.

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Teledyne CDL Technology

11/2015

Micro Electro-Mechanical System (MEMS) technology is at the heart of Teledyne CDL’s extensive range of motion sensors that includes a variety of specifications, accuracies and external aiding capabilities. Also available is a complete range of fibre optic gyro (FOG) and ring laser gyro (RLG) gyrocompasses, built for marine vehicle navigation. This wide range of commercially available products is mainly for use in subsea marine and in particular, remotely operated vehicles (ROVs) and autonomous underwater vehicles (AUVs). CDL products are also suitable for subsea gliders, offering combined motion and navigation requirements for all subsea vehicles.

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AUVs are on track with BroadBand DVLs / Teledyne RD Instruments celebrates two decades of navigating unmanned vehicles

11/2015

Do you remember navigating with a street atlas? What a difference GPS makes. And now it seems every other new gadget includes a GPS chip for supplementary input. Similarly, better navigation tools optimized operations that use unmanned underwater vehicles (UUVs). Plus better navigation permitted expanded capabilities and greater cost-effectiveness. Together these advantages delivered a major gain for users of tethered and untethered UUVs. These are Remotely Operated Vehicles (ROVs) and Autonomous Underwater Vehicles (AUVs).


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