Introducing CVG New Space
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Tactical grade gyroscopes, supplied with a rugged and hermetic housing able to withstand the harshest environmental conditions.
Detecting and mapping submerged wrecks, rocks, and obstructions can be dangerous to navigate for commercial and recreational vessels. Instead, scientists use high-tech robots such as Remotely operated vehicles (ROV) and Automated Underwater Vehicles (AUV) to conduct surveys of the seafloor. ROVs and AUVs are used for positioning and guidance for sub-sea infrastructure monitoring, off-shore and survey missions. Given that the cost to produce and maintain ROVs and AUVs are considerably high, having the right sensors is paramount to securely transmit accurate data. ROVs and AUVs require gyroscopes to fulfil this function as pitch and roll data is needed to provide an accurate picture of the vehicle's orientation. InnaLabs® Coriolis Vibratory Gyroscopes and Quartz Servo Accelerometers not only provide sensors that produce excellent navigation and stabilization, but they also have a wide bandwidth, low power consumption, high-reliability and the highest mean time before failure (MTBF) on the market.
For positioning, guidance & stabilization of sub-sea infrastructures monitoring, offshore survey and cartography.
InnaLabs® CVG Gyroscopes and Quartz Servo Accelerometers are suitable for a wide range of ROVs & AUVs Applications.
InnaLabs® have the Engineering resources to provide custom solutions to meet your project needs, with excellent pre and post-sale customer support.
InnaLabs® dedicated and experienced engineers are committed to customer satisfaction by providing innovative technology, quality products, and custom solutions to meet your project needs. More questions? Evaluations and low volume deliveries are available quickly and our product team are waiting to hear from you.
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