Applanix has introduced new versions of its positioning and orientation systems for airborne and land-based mapping—the POS AV 610 and POS LV 610.

The new systems use next-generation commercial inertial technologies that are offered globally.

The announcement was made at INTERGEO 2013, the leading conference and trade fair for Geodesy, Geoinformation and Land Management.

Applanix POS AV and LV products integrate precision Global Navigation Satellite System (GNSS) with advanced inertial technology (accelerometers and gyroscopes) to provide uninterrupted measurements of the position, roll, pitch and true heading of moving vehicles.  Geospatial projects using POS can be completed more efficiently, effectively and economically.

POS LV 610 and AV 610 also are available to systems integrators in the form of an OEM board set called the Trimble AP60. The Trimble AP is a series of embedded GNSS-Inertial OEM boards that provide both continuous mobile positioning in poor signal environments and high-accuracy direct georeferencing of imaging sensors.  The AP series is ideal for a variety of commercial mobile positioning and orientation applications including airborne and terrestrial mapping and guidance for unmanned vehicles.

“The latest versions of POS LV and POS AV take Applanix’ state-of-the-art positioning technologies worldwide for land and air applications,” said Steve Woolven, president of Applanix. "Wherever mobile mappers operate, the new POS technology provides users with accurate, reliable and robust position and orientation solutions.”

 For more information, visit www.applanix.com.