InterNav® Products

 
 

InterNav Open Architecture PNT Solution

Open architecture navigation software product for integration of inertial, GPS, and other navigation- aiding sensors to provide assured positioning navigation and timing (PNT).

 

InterNav Software Development Kit

Open architecture software with interface source code and analysis tools for integrating GPS, inertial, and other aiding sensors on a VxWorks, Linux, or Windows computer.

InterNav SoC Development Kit

Open architecture software and firmware reference design implemented on Xilinx’s FPGA/ARM “Zynq SoC” platform with reference design for customers to embed PNT capability into their products using GPS, inertial, and other aiding sensors.

InterNav Assured-PNT Integration Kit

Provides a plug and play capability for integration of IMUs, GPS receivers, and other PNT-aiding sensors using the InterNav SoC software and firmware to develop and test Assured PNT solutions.

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Papers

19-03-001 InterNav GPS Inertial Integration Software Architecture White Paper [Whitepaper]

19-03-002 Time-tagging Inertial and Aiding Sensor Data for Precision Assured Positioning Navigation and Timing [Whitepaper]

19-03-003 InterNav Modular Integrated Inertial Navigation for Assured PNT during GPS Denial [Whitepaper]

12-03-002 - Unmanned Air Systems - Precision Navigation for Critical Operations
   
GPS World, March 2012   (PDF:1978k)

11-09-001 - Precision Navigation for UAS Critical Operations
   
Proceedings of ION GNSS 2011, Portland, Oregon, September 2011  (PDF: 1689K)

09-06-001 - GPS/Inertial Micro-Camera for Oceanographic Properties and Shallow Water Hydrography
   
Joint Navigation Conference 2009, Session A1: Warfighter Requirements & Solutions (PDF: 3051k)

08-11-002 - Real-Time Target Geo-Location and Web-Based Situational Awareness Using Tactical
                   UAVs.
   
UAS Payloads Conference,  San Diego, CA, Nov. 2008 (PDF: 7.7MB)

08-09-006 - Near Real-Time Geo-Referenced UAV Imagery Collection and Web-Based Processing on  a Server for Targeting and Mapping.
   
Proceedings of ION GNSS 2008, Savannah, Georgia, Sep. 2008 (PDF: 620k)

07-11-001 - Constrained Beamforming for Space GPS Navigation.
    Proceedings of SDR Forum 2007, Denver, CO, Nov. 2007 (PDF: 223k)

07-09-002 - An Integrated Software Defined Radio Navigation System for Space.
    Proceedings of ION GNSS 2007, Ft. Worth, TX, Sept. 2007 (PDF: 760k)

07-09-001 - Constrained Beamforming for Space GPS Navigation.
    Proceedings of ION GNSS 2007, Ft. Worth, TX, Sept. 2007 (PDF: 200k)

07-02-001 - GPS/INS/Star Tracker Navigation Using a Software Defined Radio
    Proceedings of 29th Annual AAS Guidance and Control Conference, Beckenridge, CO, Feb. 2007
    (PDF: 525k)

04-09-002 - Precision Maritime Inshore Navigation with a Tightly-Coupled Sensor System.
    Proceedings of ION GNSS 2004, Long Beach, CA, Sept. 2004 (PDF: 371 KB)

04-09-001 - Performance Test Results on an Integrated GPS/MEMS Inertial Navigation Package.
    Proceedings of ION GNSS 2004, Long Beach, CA, Sept. 2004 (PDF: 305 KB)

03-09-004 - Kinematic GPS-Inertial Navigation on a Tactical Fighter
    Proceedings of ION GPS/GNSS 2003, Portland, OR, 9-12 Sept. 2003 (PDF: 300 KB)

03-09-001 - Navigation Using LINK-16 GPS/INS Integration
    Proceedings of ION GPS/GNSS 2003, Portland, OR, 9-12 Sept. 2003 (PDF: 250 KB)

02-06-001 - Video Updates during GPS Dropouts using Navigation and Electro/Optic Sensor Integration Technology
    Proceedings of the 58th Annual ION Meeting, Albuquerque, NM, 24-26 June 2002 (PDF: 314 KB)

02-05-001 - Inertial Navigation Electro-Optical Aiding During GPS Dropouts
    Proceedings of the Joint Navigation Conference 2002, Orlando, FL, May 2002 (PDF: 444 KB)

02-01-002 - High Accuracy Autonomous Image Georeferencing Using a GPS/Inertial-Aided Digital   Imaging System.
    Proceedings of ION National Technical Meeting 2002, San Diego, CA, Jan. 2002 (PDF: 907 KB)

99-06-003 - Precision Targeting Using GPS/Inertial-Aided Sensors.
    ION 55th Annual Meeting, Cambridge, MA, June 1999 (PDF: 613 KB)