SBG Systems offers Qinertia license for GNSS post-processing

May 4, 2020  - By

Qinertia, SBG Systems’ PPK software, now supports third-party IMUs and offers a GNSS post-processing license covering all major GNSS receivers

Screenshot: SBG Systems

Screenshot: SBG Systems

SBG Systems’ INS/GNSS post-processing kinematic (PPK) software Qinertia now covers all surveyors’ projects by offering a license dedicated to GNSS post-processing. Open to the world, Qinertia supports all major GNSS receivers and is now open to third-party inertial measurement units (IMUs).

Qinertia has been designed to offer a comprehensive suite of post-processing software to geospatial professionals. It accepts all major GNSS manufacturers, and supports proprietary protocols from NovAtel, Septentrio, Trimble and u-blox for a straight-forward workflow.

The full-featured post-processing software offers native support for u-blox F9 real-time kinematic (RTK) receivers, reducing the workflow to a simple “drag and drop” to guarantee data integrity and accuracy.

Qinertia has been designed to help surveyors get the most of their surveys easily with a simple workflow, powerful quality control tools and tightly coupled algorithms. All of this is available to any surveyor with the new support of third-party IMUs or GNSS receivers. Several IMUs and inertial navigation systems (INS) have already been successfully integrated with Qinertia including Northrop Grumman’s LN-200 and LCI-100 and  the Inertial Sense µIMU.

The new Qinertia GNSS license allows surveyors to post-process both static and kinematic GNSS data. In just a few clicks, surveyors can improve their trajectories, access RTK corrections worldwide, or even control a base-station’s precise location using precise point positioning (PPP) static computations.

GIS and Photogrammetry. Whether they fly a UAV or drive a car, professionals can improve their image location accuracy. Qinertia has been designed to help surveyors get their GIS or photogrammetry projects way more precise, by exporting a centimetric position for each picture at the exact shutter event.

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.