Advanced Navigation releases GNSS/INS post-processing software

January 25, 2016  - By
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Advanced Navigation has released its GNSS/INS post processing software Kinematica.

Kinematica is designed to be an easy-to-use GNSS/INS post-processing software that allows users to process raw GNSS and inertial data after collection and achieve higher accuracy position, velocity and orientation than is possible in real time.

Kinematica has been released as free software with a time lock to Aug. 1, 2016.

The software supports kinematic GNSS positioning, which provides a 200x increase in position accuracy over standard GNSS with 8-mm position accuracy. Dual antenna GNSS heading processing is also supported.

Kinematica processes data in forward and reverse six times, which allows it to fill any satellite outages and ignore errors that would normally affect a real-time solution. Both loosely and tightly coupled GNSS/INS processing is supported and the software automatically switches between each mode depending upon the environment.

Kinematica supports all of Advanced Navigation’s GNSS/INS products. Support for a wide range of third-party systems is scheduled for the next update in July.

Kinematica is targeted at surveying, scanning and aerial photography applications that need to squeeze the maximum performance out of their systems.

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