Improved navigation data collection

OxTS will showcase its new lidar odometry solution, which uses an IMU-GNSS tightly coupled INS system to deliver innovative, high-precision, high-reliability navigation data in any environment. OxTS LiO significantly reduces drift and improves performance in GNSS-denied or GNSS-harsh environments such as built-up cities.

Using LiO with a GNSS-aided INS enables users to get the maximum utility out of both measurement sources. The GNSS allows navigation anywhere in the open world in global frame coordinates that can be compared with any other survey or navigation application, with the LiO adding the ability to transition through poor or GNSS-denied environments. The biggest performance increase can be easily seen in built-up urban environments or on trips with transitions through GNSS-denied or indoor locations.

Ground-truthing applications can benefit significantly from the use of lidar odometry. It opens up more real-world driving scenarios to be accurately tested, whether it is maintaining lane-level trajectory in a built-up city or visiting a multilevel parking garage for a prolonged time. The company is exhibiting this new product alongside the core RT series, including the RT3000 v3 and RT1003 v2.

Booth 10032

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