Discover our new Pulse-40 IMU
On February 17th, 2022, SBG Systems delivered a webinar, organized with Inside GNSS, and entitled “Pulse-40, a new miniature Tactical Grade IMU for demanding applications, from Aerospace to Autonomous Systems“. Today, we are pleased to share with you the recording.
Agenda of the Webinar
Alexis Guinamard, CTO and Co-Founder of SBG Systems, will introduce how the company is leveraging 15 years of inertial sensors expertise all in the new Pulse-40 Inertial Measurement Unit (IMU). Alexis will also deliver a technical presentation of the Pulse-40, and focus on its key advantages: affordable, tactical grade performance, with Industry leading size, weight, and power (SWaP), all in a package designed to facilitate ease of integration.
Shaun McGuigan, Global Business Developer, Aerospace and Defense markets, will present the potential markets and targeted applications for the IMU such as robotics, mapping, autonomous vehicles, pointing and stabilization, navigation, and attitude control, to name but a few. Shaun will also talk about the Pulse-40 advantages over the next best alternatives and show how the specific performance parameters and characteristics of the IMU serve the various market segments.
The last part of the webinar will be dedicated to the Pulse-40 industrial process from raw material to IMU final acceptance test. Emeric Lemercier, Tests and Qualification Engineer at SBG Systems will give a presentation of the facilities, the calibration and validation software from the test scenario to the automatic report available on the cloud. Emeric will also present the qualification for IMU performance with the statistical analyses from the database using calibration and validation data, with an addition from specific tests like vibration. His last part will be about the cluster technology for MEMS sensor data fusion.
About Inside GNSS
Inside GNSS magazine covers the global navigation satellite systems: GPS, Galileo, GLONASS, BeiDou, regional and augmentation systems and related technologies. It strictly targets satellite navigation engineers, product designers and system integrators, industry and government leaders. The printed version of the magazine reaches an international audience of 30,000 subscribers and a third of those readers live outside of the United States. In addition, free technical webinars are scheduled several times a year, featuring experts on subjects such as design and application of unmanned systems, GNSS/INS integration, precise positioning techniques and more.Inside GNSS' website ››