Inertial Sensor Modules
Xsens supplies MEMS based inertial measurement units (IMU, VRU, AHRS and GNSS/INS) for industrial applications such as drones, autonomous driving and smart farming.
is used in: Measurement & Testing, Unmanned Control, Heavy Industry, Underwater Systems, Payloads, Pedestrian Navigation, Head mounted displays and head trackers, Automotive testing, Training & Simulation, Offshore and Training & Simulation.
Formula Student with Team e-gnition
planning, constructing, manufacturing and testing a new electric race car to compete with other Formula Student Teams on well-known European racetracks.
Collect inertial data in a compact package
ACSL Autonomous Aerial Drone - Leading the Industrial Revolution of the Skies
Shaping the future for autonomous driving
Nuon Solar Team
World Solar Challenge winner used the Xsens MTi-G-700 to validate the aerodynamic design
An autonomous aircraft that converts wind into electricity
Aeroprobe Micro Air Data System Incorporates MTi-G-700 for UAV Applications
REEM-C walking stability improved with MTi-30 AHRS
Gavap is a company that specializes in simulation systems and equipment for firing instruction and training.
Xsens MTi-G GPS/INS in unmanned aircraft to collect highly accurate flight data.
SkySails towing kite
The innovative SkySails Propulsion System uses wind energy to reduce fuel costs and emission levels.
Warwick Mobile Robotics is a collection of projects under development at the University of Warwick in the field of mobile robotics.
Humanoid Rollin' Justin
MTi helps in predicting a thrown ball’s trajectory by the DLR’s Institute of Robotics and Mechatronics.
Xsens MTi’s used in fleet of autonomous robots.
CryoWing fixed-wing UAV by the Northern Research Institute in Norway (NORUT).
Unmanned Vehicle at DARPA Challenge by the University of Louisiana.
Stabilization of a walking robot by the Delft University of Technology.
Optimization-Based Sensor Fusion of GNSS and IMU Using a Moving Horizon Approach
Author: Fabian Girrbach, Jeroen D. Hol, Giovanni Bellusci and Moritz Diehl
Incorporation of a Foot-Mounted IMU for Multi-Sensor Pedestrian NavigationAuthor: Daniel Pierce
Design and Implementation of Seabee: the University of Southern California’s Autonomous Underwater Vehicle
Author: Travis Mendoza, Jessica Freidin, Michael Kukar, and Ben Shiroma
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