Airborne Platform Stabilisation

    Platform stabilisation for airborne systems can cover a variety of applications. From stabilising the actual physical air platform for flight control or passenger comfort, to stabilising systems and sensors on board. Typical stabilisation requirements could include optical sensors and imaging systems and cameras, communications equipment, radar, antennas, lasers, and weapon systems. Accelerometers and gyros are key sensors for stabilisation applications.

    aircraft platform stabilisation

    Key attributes:

    • Extremely low noise/ARW
    • Good bias stability
    • High bandwidth
    • Good vibration sensitivity
    • Scale factor linearity
    • Quick start-up time
    • Large temperature range
    • Rugged with high MTBF