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Qinertia post-processing software now available

March 5, 2018  - By

After years of development and an intensive beta testing phase with key partners, Qinertia post-processing kinematic software is now being offered by SBG Systems.

Qinertia has been designed to help surveyors get the most of their surveys, according to SBG Systems.

After the mission, Qinertia gives access to offline real-time kinematic (RTK) corrections from more than 7,000 base stations in 164 countries — and always up-to-date. By creating a virtual base station near a project, the software delivers the highest level of accuracy without having to set up your own base station.

An advanced tight coupling algorithm has been designed by SBG Systems to deliver the highest accuracy and maximize RTK availability. Trajectory and orientation are greatly improved by processing inertial data and raw GNSS observables in forward and backward directions, especially in GNSS challenging environments (urban canyons, forest, etc.).

With advanced quality control indicators such as standard deviation, separations and GNSS quality feedback, Qinertia provides full understanding of a survey. With Qinertia, surveyors can quickly identify and solve issues such as mechanical installations or sensor alignment.

Qinertia has been designed to be easily integrated in a production workflow. It supports RINEX industry standard, and Septentrio, Novatel and Trimble native binary format.

A powerful ASCII export feature allows seamless integration with any third-party software. SBET and Google Earth are also supported for improved interoperability.

About the Author: Tracy Cozzens

Senior Editor Tracy Cozzens joined GPS World magazine in 2006. She also is editor of GPS World’s newsletters and the sister website Geospatial Solutions. She has worked in government, for non-profits, and in corporate communications, editing a variety of publications for audiences ranging from federal government contractors to teachers.