Small high-precision GNSS/INS localization solution

Small high-precision GNSS/INS localization solution

ACEINNA has introduced the ACEINNA OpenRTK330L, a cheap, high-performance triple-band RTK/GNSS receiver that features built-in triple-redundant inertial sensors.
By eeNews Europe


OpenRTK330L’s combination of a triple-band RTK/GNSS receiver and redundant inertial sensor arrays provide cm-level accuracy with better reliability and performance during GNSS outages. The device features a 2 Degree/Hour IMU to provide ten to thirty seconds of highly accurate localization information during full GNSS denial. The device’s integrated Ethernet interface allows direct connection to GNSS correction networks globally and its CAN bus interface provides easy connectivity to existing vehicle architectures.

The multi-band GNSS receiver is able to monitor all global constellations and track up to 80 channels at the same time. It has RF and baseband support for the L1, L2, and L5 GPS bands and their international constellation signal equivalents.

The IMU and dead reckoning function feature 9 accelerometer and 9 rate gyro channels that are based on ACEINNA’s triple-redundant 6-Axis MEMs-based IMU array. The triple-redundant IMU array allows the device to only recognize and utilize valid sensor data for high-accuracy protection limits and certifiability under ISO26262 standards.

ACEINNA’s Open Navigation Platform allows embedded application development, with developers having full access to the GNSS receiver measurement data, IMU measurement data and all interfaces. Specifically, the OpenRTK330L GNSS receiver supports GPS (L1 C/A, L2C and L5), GLONASS (L1OF, L2OF), BeiDou (B1I, B2I), GALILEO (E1, E5a, E5b, E6) QZSS (L1 C/A), and NAVIC.

The ACEINNA OpenRTK330L hardware also includes Ethernet, UART, SPI and CAN interfaces. It also features an operating temperature range of-40C to +85C and qualification to standard automotive shock and vibration levels.

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