A look at NovAtel’s new specialized Safety Critical Systems Group and what goes into developing safety-certified products.
NovAtel has supplied the Federal Aviation Administration with the reference receiver for the agency’s GPS Wide Area Augmentation System since the program’s inception. Here’s a look at why that receiver, the G-III, is so vital to WAAS, and the recent modernization that makes it even more accurate and robust.
Future autonomous vehicle rollouts will be aided by GNSS technology that provides accurate positioning in the most demanding traffic and weather conditions.
Schiebel’s highly successful CAMCOPTER® S-100 Unmanned Aerial System (UAS) now features NovAtel’s compact GPS Anti-Jam Technology (GAJT) as a standard option, making it virtually unbeatable in its class in GPS-unfriendly environments.
NovAtel’s updated receiver features a variety of new capabilities designed to improve customer missions, no matter the application or market.
LiDAR USA Looks to Transform the Vehicular Mobile Mapping Market
Meggitt Target Systems turns to NovAtel for precise positioning in its unmanned target systems, and also works with a variety of manufacturers in Alberta, Canada, to develop their vehicles.
PPM’s 10xx GNSS sensor is small and user-friendly, and with NovAtel’s OEM617 inside it makes a powerful tool for the GIS sector, where high accuracy and portability are transforming the way we build and use maps and other geographical data.
SwissDrones’ VTOL SDO 50V2, also known as the Dragon 50V2, is a multi-purpose, single-engine, unmanned helicopter system whose unique design features, including a powerful NovAtel GNSS module, deliver superior payload capacity and endurance, stable autonomous flight and excellent safety performance. And, the drone world has noticed.