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Septentrio introduces post-processing software for GNSS/INS receivers

by Liam Turner
Septentrio GNSS software

Septentrio has started offering post-processing solutions for its GNSS (Global Navigation Satellite System) and INS (Inertial Navigation System) receivers.

The GNSS positioning solutions specialist says land or aerial mapping applications that do not have access to real-time GNSS corrections stand to benefit from the post-processing software, allowing for higher positioning and orientation accuracy.

With the addition of post-processing, Septentrio says its GNSS/INS products now cover the full mapping workflow.

The AsteRx-i3 Pro+ receivers are fully compatible with Qinertia post-processing software, so no data manipulation is required before the post-processing step. 

Danilo Sabbatini, product manager at Septentrio, said: “As a result of our cooperation with SBG Systems, Septentrio’s mapping customers who use GNSS/INS are benefitting from a quicker and more reliable workflow.

“The user interface of Qinertia software makes it easy for users to further improve their positioning and orientation accuracy in the post-processing step.”

In case of GNSS outage or correction link failure, post-processing recovers accuracy for recorded positioning and inertial data.

Septentrio provides positioning solutions for industrial applications such as robotics, construction, survey and mapping, maritime, logistics, and unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs).

SBG Systems is a supplier of MEMS-based inertial motion sensing solutions.

Image: Septentrio GNSS software

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