Sensonor STIM300 Provides Inertial Data for INS Unit - Inside GNSS

Sensonor STIM300 Provides Inertial Data for INS Unit

The STIM300 inertial measurement unit from Sensonor now provides inertial data for iMAR’s iNAT-M200 inertial navigation system (INS) and for the iATTHEMO-C high-precision heading, attitude, position, and velocity reference, the Horten, Norway-based company says.

The multiband GNSS systems, after extensive testing, are in production and used by several international customers, according to Sensonor. Weighing 750 grams, the compact unit provides high accuracy with STIM300 features three gyros, accelerometers, inclinometers, and a data update rate up to 500 hertz.


The STIM300 inertial measurement unit from Sensonor now provides inertial data for iMAR’s iNAT-M200 inertial navigation system (INS) and for the iATTHEMO-C high-precision heading, attitude, position, and velocity reference, the Horten, Norway-based company says.

The multiband GNSS systems, after extensive testing, are in production and used by several international customers, according to Sensonor. Weighing 750 grams, the compact unit provides high accuracy with STIM300 features three gyros, accelerometers, inclinometers, and a data update rate up to 500 hertz.

The unit is already incorporated in unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs), satellites, man- and vehicle-portable target acquisition systems, land navigation products, and other systems, the company says.