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Precision GNSS receivers with robust Inertial Measurement Units (IMUs) to provide reliable, continuously available, position, velocity and attitude – even through short periods of time when satellite signals are blocked or unavailable.

SPAN Combined Systems

Single enclosure GPS/INS systems are ideal for space constrained applications, integrating GPS receiver technology with Fiber Optic Gyros (FOG) and Micro Electrical Mechanical Systems (MEMS) accelerometer inertial components in a single compact unit.

MarinePak7 with SPAN

The MarinePak7 Marine GNSS Receiver is a multi-constellation GNSS receiver with SPAN GNSS+INS technology, optimised to deliver precise positioning for the marine environment.


Inertial Measurement Units SPAN® technology tightly couples NovAtel’s OEMV® GNSS receiver technology with an Inertial Measurement Unit (IMU). NovAtel markets a variety of IMUs from leading IMU manufacturers.


Systems that use our MIC interface card to couple SPAN GNSS receiver boards to a range of, compact MEMS IMUs. A powerful solution for application developers who are looking for continuous position, velocity and attitude but are faced with weight, size and/or power constraints.

Inertial Labs Combined Systems

Inertial Labs combined Inertial Navigation Systems (INS) utilize advanced single and dual antenna GNSS receivers, barometers, 3-axes calibrated in full operational temperature range, precision Fluxgate magnetometers, Accelerometers and Gyroscopes to provide accurate Position, Velocity, Heading, Pitch and Roll.

Inertial Labs Inertial Measurement Units (IMUs)

Inertial Labs IMUs are compact sensors that measure linear acceleration, angular rates, Pitch & Roll with three-axis, high-grade MEMS accelerometers and three-axis tactical grade MEMS gyroscopes.

Inertial Labs Other Solutions

Inertial Labs offer a range of other sensors including Motion Reference Units (MRUs), Attitude and Heading Reference Systems (AHRS), OS3D Orientation and Tilt Sensors, Wave Sensors (WS) and Two and Three Axis Gyroscopes (TAG).