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Advanced Navigation releases next generation satellite compass

By Last edited June 6th, 2024No Comments
Next Generation Gnss Compass

Advanced Navigation has today released the second generation of their highly successful satellite compass. GNSS Compass is a plug-and-play solution that provides accurate position, heading, and time in a self-contained unit. The new system provides significantly higher heading performance, combined with a reduction in price to under USD 2K, opening up the advanced technology to cost-sensitive applications previously dependent on magnetic heading.

The new system significantly improves the availability and accuracy of heading under difficult conditions, such as under bridges, when there is limited visibility of the sky and in the presence of RF interference. This is achieved through a new multi-frequency GNSS receiver, cutting-edge antenna design, and algorithm improvements.

The updated GNSS Compass supports L1/L2 RTK positioning and heading using all satellite constellations including GPS, GLONASS, Galileo, and BeiDou.

Two interface variants are available to cater to all applications. The serial variant supports plug-and-play operation with existing NMEA 0183 and NMEA 2000 applications. The Power over Ethernet variant allows simplified power and network cabling for all new applications.

Advanced Navigation’s GNSS Compass has developed a reputation for highly reliable operation with thousands of units operating in the field for the last 6 years. Used in Nortek’s Signature VM survey package and Sabanto’s autonomous tractor, this system is ideal for applications requiring accurate heading and positioning in the most demanding conditions. The second generation delivers the same ultra-high reliability, with higher performance, at a more affordable price point under USD 2K. GNSS Compass v2 is shipping now. 

Find out more on our GNSS Compass product page.

About Advanced Navigation

Advanced Navigation was founded in Sydney in 2012 by engineers Xavier Orr and Chris Shaw to commercialise revolutionary AI-based navigation systems. The first product met the market with great success and the company expanded rapidly adding a portfolio of navigation offerings and moving into a diverse range of deep tech fields such as underwater acoustics, GPS, radio frequency systems, sensors, and robotics. Today Advanced Navigation is a supplier to some of the biggest companies around the world, including NASA, Airbus, Boeing, Tesla, Google, Apple, and General Motors. Advanced Navigation is headquartered in Sydney, Australia with a large research facility in Perth, Australia and sales offices around the world. Advanced Navigation is an Australian manufacturer exporting globally while maintaining carbon-neutral operations.

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