Heading system

Thursday, 15 October, 2009 | Supplied by: Bestech Australia Pty Ltd


Bestech Australia has introduced the MEMS LandMark 30 GPS/AHRS from Gladiator Technologies, an integrated attitude and heading reference system, up to a full INS/GPS.

It has inertial sensors, the G50Z gyro and A35 accelerometer that enable precision measurements including 10°/hour in-run and good bias over temperature.

The inertial suite provides internally temperature-compensated RS485 output of delta velocity, delta theta, heading, pitch and roll angles, and altitude information.

The signature feature of the navigation system is the integrated GPS and inertial data, which is optimised with kalman filter aiding and fully compensated bias, scale factor, misalignment, g-sensitivity, heading, pitch and roll angles, and altitude information integrated with a 4 Hz GPS position data update rate GPS.

The rugged package can withstand vibration, shock and EMI typically associated with commercial aircraft requirements. The unit also includes a MILSPEC connector.

Three different models with different software loads are available.

This GPS-aided AHRS is suitable for commercial flight control, navigation, antenna stabilisation and pointing, general aviation as well as laboratory use.

Online: www.bestech.com.au
Phone: 03 9540 5100
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