|Aceinna claims its new $150 navigation chip rivals $10,000 alternatives |
April 10, 2020
by David Edwards Leave a Comment
Aceinna has launched a $150 high precision navigation chip for autonomous vehicles that it claims rivals the performance of $10,000 systems.
The new Aceinna OpenRTK module is said to be “highly accurate, extremely reliable, smaller, easier to integrate, and far less expensive”.
Aceinna says its OpenRTK330L is the only solution on the market to integrate a triple-band RTK/GNSS receiver and a triple-redundant inertial sensor enhancing the safety of autonomous systems.
The company says the system greatly reduces the cost for developers creating mission-critical guidance and navigation systems for autonomous vehicles – robots, drones, industrial, construction, and agricultural machinery.
Aceinna says the OpenRTK330L can replace the expensive and bulky precision RTK/INS systems used in today’s autonomous systems. Available in quantity for about $150 each as compared to $10,000-plus systems currently utilized to generate the same result.
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