PNI’s modules keep high-performance robots and unmanned vehicles on track in extreme environments, even when GPS is compromised or denied
Whether underwater or underground, beneath a bridge or inside a building — PNI’s modules use the Earth’s magnetic field to navigate and determine orientation, enabling heading accuracy for robotic navigation, dead reckoning, and targeting.
Used in both the Talon and the PackBot for bomb disposal, surveillance, and hazardous material clearance, Precision Navigation modules are the proven solution for high-performance robots. These modules provide high-resolution compass heading in any orientation, as well as accurate pitch and roll, temperature, and raw magnetometer and accelerometer sensor readings. The outputs from Precision Navigation modules allow robots to collect precise data and navigate in environments where human beings can’t go.
UAVs and Drones
- Surveillance and security drones
- Robotic spy-planes/gliders
- First responders
- Autonomous search and rescue
- Border sentry
- Tilt sensing for rollover avoidance (stabilization)
- Explosive Ordnance Disposal (EOD)
- Offshore rig service
- Mine detection and disarmament
- Climate mapping
- Oceanic research
- Stabilization/attitude control