Webinar: The Right Time for the Right Place
Gratis webinar med Inside GNSS, inside unmanned systems og Sensor
Only when sensor data carries an accurate timestamp can it enable optimal performance in multi-sensor fusion systems. This webinar explains how an inertial measurement unit (IMU) assembles and delivers precise timing information, typically at a much higher rate than the co-integrated GNSS receiver. Attendees will learn how correct synchronization of this data across the system is critical to performance in the application, particularly in high-dynamic conditions, challenging environments and autonomy.
What you’ll gain from this webinar:
• An understanding of IMU architecture
• Knowledge of the timing construction process inside the IMU and how it is synchronized across the system
• Inside access to this critical timing data
• Special considerations with respect to timing in the IMU
• Instruction on use of various options within the IMU
• An appreciation of timing error impact on application performance
Our expert panel:
Dr. John Raquet, Vice President for Dayton Operations at Integrated Solutions for Systems, IS4S
John Raquet, Director at Integrated Solutions for Systems (IS4S)-Dayton, where develops efficient, pluggable approaches to all-source navigation. He founded and was formerly the Director of the Autonomy and Navigation Technology (ANT) Center at the Air Force Institute of Technology (AFIT). He has a multidisciplinary background-teaching in electrical engineering with a PhD in geomatics engineering from the University of Calgary, a masters in aero/astro engineering from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, and a BS in astronautical engineering from the US Air Force Academy. He is a past President of the Institute of Navigation (ION), has been a US Fulbright Scholar, and is an ION Fellow. He has been developing navigation system technology for more than 30 years.
Reidar Holm, Product Development Manager at Sensonor
Reidar Holm is a Product Development Manager at Sensonor, a producer and developer of high-precision, light-weight gyros and IMUs. He works MEMS R&D and design, ASIC design, low-stress package design, system design, assembly and calibration, and high-volume production for automotive, MEMS pressure sensors, accelerometers, gyros and IMUs. He has a degree in electrical engineering and electronics from the University of Manchester Institute for Science and Technology.
Björn Skatt, Chief Technology Officer at Latronix AB
Björn Skatt, Chief Technology Officer and R&D Coordinator at Latronix AB, a Swedish railway inspection firm, where he specializes in system design, image processing, geometrical calculations, 3D visualizations and hardware-connected programming for optical and inertial measuring systems for railway applications.