Autonomous vehicles require accurate heading information instantly, at all speeds – when in stop-and-go traffic as well as when traveling at highway speeds. Daisch will present its IFS2000 inertial measurement and GNSS fusion sensor. The compact, high-performance navigation unit can be supplied with an integrated RTK-GNSS module with single or dual antenna. It provides three-axis measurement of attitude information (pitch, roll motion), kinetic information (acceleration, velocity, angular velocity) and coordinate information (latitude, longitude, altitude). Its ruggedness and temperature adaptability ensure it can be used across a range of applications including stability control analysis, driverless car testing and in dynamic studies. The IFS2000 was developed for automotive testing and is certified according to the AEC-Q100 standard. An advanced self-learning algorithm provides digital compensation, ensuring that the unit performs in complex urban environments such as tunnels and viaducts.