KVH Rugged Inertial Measurement and Navigation Systems are ideal for broad spectrum of military applications, including guidance, optical and weapon stabilization and pointing.    

 1775 IMU is the premium high-performance inertial measurement unit offered by KVH. Designed as a commercial off the shelf product, the 1775 IMU nevertheless is used in the most challenging environments, such as military systems requiring extremely high performance. The 1775 IMU joins the KVH portfolio of high performance IMUs built with the proven technology of the DSP-1750 and DSP-1760 fibre optic gyros (FOGs), the world’s smallest high performance FOGs. These highly accurate FOGs are integrated with low noise accelerometers as well as 3 axes of magnetometers for automatic gyro bias compensation in the presence of strong magnetic fields. 
 
1750 IMU is an ultra-compact, extremely precise inertial sensor system ideal for autonomous applications where size, weight, and power consumption must be minimized. Leveraging patented KVH technology, the 1750 IMU incorporates the world’s smallest precision fibre optic gyro – KVH’s remarkable DSP-1750 – with very low noise MEMS accelerometers. Result: a high-performance commercial-off-the-shelf (COTS) system with excellent bias stability and repeatability.
 

1725 IMU is a 6-degrees-of-freedom (6-DOF) inertial sensor delivering the outstanding performance and stability of KVH’s fiber optic gyros (FOGs) at prices comparable to lower performing MEMS-based inertial measurement units. The 1725 IMU offers an ideal solution for engineers working with higher level integrated navigation and stabilization systems. This affordable, high performance commercial-off-the-shelf IMU is comprised of three high performance DSP-1750 gyros integrated with three low noise MEMS accelerometers.

TG 6000

TG-6000 IMU is a high performance Tactical Grade Inertial Measurement Unit, 6 degrees-of-freedom, fiber optic gyro-based motion sensing package ideally suited for motion control and GPS-integrated navigation applications. This highly reliable, strap-down inertial subsystem provides accurate measurement of angular rate and linear acceleration and achieves is excellent performance by employing proprietary algorithms to characterize and correct for the effects of temperature, linearity, and misalignment. 

CNS 5000

CNS-5000 INS brings together two powerful technologies - a KVH fibre optic gyro (FOG)-based inertial measurement unit (IMU) and NovAtel’s OEM6® GNSS precision receiver technology for an inertial navigation system (INS) that delivers accuracy at an affordable price. In one compact package, these technologies are deeply coupled to enable the CNS-5000 to process raw data from the GPS and IMU, and deliver an inertial navigation solution offering highly accurate position, velocity and attitude information. The CNS-5000 provides accurate inertial navigation even when GNSS is blocked, jammed or unavailable.

Robust, precise INS and AHRS with embedded GPS 
 

GEO FOG 3D INS has KVH’s highly accurate Fibre Optic Gyro (FOG)-based 1750 inertial measurement unit (IMU) as its core processor. With a data rate 10x faster than competing systems, the advanced GEO-FOG 3D includes 3 KVH DSP-1750 gyros, the world’s smallest high performance FOG, integrated with 3 low noise MEMS accelerometers, 3 axes of magnetometers, a pressure sensor, and an option of a single or dual antenna GNSS receiver. Advanced sensor fusion makes this INS capable of delivering precise, dependable navigation and control to a wide variety of unmanned, autonomous, and manned aerial, ground, marine and subsurface applications and platforms.

GEO FOG 3D DualGEO FOG 3D DUAL INS is based on the KVH high-performance Fibre Optic Gyro (FOG) 1750 inertial measurement unit (IMU). Using advanced FOG-based technology, the GEO-FOG 3D Dual combines a centimeter-level precision RTK GNSS receiver and ground-breaking sensor fusion algorithms. The result is a navigation and control solution that delivers a data rate 10x faster than competing systems, and provides fast, accurate position, velocity, and attitude in the most demanding environments. This breakthrough INS and attitude and heading reference system (AHRS) offers precise, dependable navigation and control to a wide variety of unmanned, autonomous, and manned aerial, ground, marine and subsurface applications and platforms.

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