InnaLabs Inertial Sensors at LAAD 2015 →
InnaLabs is delighted to announce our participation at LAAD Defense and Security International Exhibition 2015 , held April 14 to April 17 at Riocentro in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.
LAAD is the leading exhibition for the defence and security sector in Latin America and presents a great opportunity for us to connect with our customers in Latin America.
We are very excited to showcase our new series accelerometers and gyroscopes at the show.
The InnaLabs Quartz Servo Accelerometer Series provides navigation, control and measurement solutions across all market segments and supports a number of platforms across a global customer base. Based on proven quartz servo technology they provide high accuracy, repeatability and stability even in the harshest of environments.
The compact design and mounting options make them a form, fit, NON – ITAR replacement for other quartz servo accelerometers currently available on the market.
Our InnaLabs 2000 Series Tactical Grade Gyroscopes provides <10°/hr tactical grade performance in a variety of compact robust form factors. Combining exceptional performance in bias stability, scale factor and angle random walk with the highest MTBF (500,000 hrs) on the market, very low noise (≤0.01°/s RMS at 100 Hz) and excellent shock (800 g) they provide ideal solutions for air, land or sea stabilisation and pointing applications.
Available packaged or unpackaged, in single and dual axes configurations with analog and digital (RS 422) output, the InnaLabs 2000 Series is designed with flexibility and performance to solve the most challenging design project requirements.
For less demanding applications we offer the InnaLabs 1000 Series Industrial Grade Gyroscopes which provides <50°/hr industrial grade performance in a variety of compact robust form factors. Combining exceptional performance in bias stability, scale factor and angle random walk with the highest MTBF (500,000 hrs) on the market, low noise (≤0.02°/s RMS at 100 Hz) and excellent shock (800 g) they provide ideal solutions for platform stabilisation of optical systems and payloads or other sensitive systems on airborne, land based or marine platforms. It is also particularly suited to rail tilt compensation systems and industrial control systems.
Available packaged or unpackaged, in single or dual axes configurations with analog or digital (RS 422) output, the InnaLabs 1000 Series is designed with flexibility and performance to meet your project requirements.
Contact us today to schedule a meeting at this event and discover how InnaLabs inertial sensors can help meet the challenges of your program.
InnaLabs develops and manufactures tactical grade Coriolis Vibratory Gyroscopes (CVG) and high-performance, Quartz Servo Accelerometers for a wide range of demanding applications.
InnaLabs provide high quality robust solutions for aerospace, land, marine, subsea, industrial, oil and gas, civil engineering, transportation and space applications.
Our highly skilled Engineering teams, each with decades of inertial sensor technology experience, develop high performance inertial sensors to meet the stringent requirements of our customers for precision guidance, stabilisation, navigation and orientation applications.
Our experience combined with significant investment in Research and Development allows InnaLabs to provide custom solutions to meet the needs of the most challenging design projects.
For more information please visit us at www.innalabs.com
LAAD is the leading exhibition for the defence and security sector in Latin America. The biennial event brings together Brazilian and international companies specialising in supplying equipment, services and technology to the Armed Forces, police and Special Forces, consultants and government agencies.
InnaLabs is delighted to announce our participation at LAAD Defense and Security International Exhibition 2015 , held April 14 to April 17 at Riocentro in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. InnaLabs will have a strong presence as an exhibitor, featuring our high performance inertial sensors at our stand.