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UAV’s Flight Control Solutions Compatible With Trimble’s UAS1

Provides Centimeter-Level Precision And Easy Integration

UAV Navigation announced today that its flight control solutions for Remotely Piloted Air Systems/Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (RPAS/UAVs) are compatible with the Trimble UAS1, a high-precision Global Navigation Satellite System (GNSS) receiver. The core benefits of Trimble’s GNSS solution include centimeter-level precision and easy integration.

With over 15 years of expertise in providing autopilot solutions, UAV Navigation understands the need to stay on the cutting edge of innovation. In a bid to deliver the optimal products, UAV Navigation focuses on designing solutions that exceed customer needs.

UAV Navigation’s flight control solutions are compatible with Trimble’s UAS1 receivers. Also, the GNSS receiver is less vulnerable to vibrations or temperature fluctuations and is lighter and smaller than other comparable receivers on the market today — that makes it ideal for RPAS/UAVs. In addition, the GNSS receiver can provide Real-Time Kinematic (RTK) positioning using a base station, enabling users to achieve higher precision for their projects.

Most UAV missions demand precision in its subsystems. The Trimble UAS1 receiver meets these requirements and includes a 336-channel high-precision GNSS engine. It tracks L1/L2 frequencies from the GPS, GLONASS, Galileo and BeiDou constellations. The Trimble UAS1 supports OmniSTAR and Trimble CenterPoint RTX GNSS corrections, which enable precise and robust positioning without the use of a base station via a subscription service. The receiver also offers an industry-standard camera hot shoe interface and a wide DC voltage range to work in a broad range of UAVs. While Trimble is highly specialized in providing advanced GNSS solutions, UAV Navigation’s focus is on innovations in flight control systems. With this combined technology, the current UAV/RPAS systems can now operate in more demanding environments and can deliver higher precision through better navigation.

(Image provided with UAV Navigation news release)

FMI: www.trimble.com/Precision-GNSS
www.uavnavigation.com

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