The benefits of satellite navigation are all around us. GNSS/INS systems provide additional advantages enabling multiple applications with enhanced positioning reliability and accurate orientation. Whether you are new in INS, an expert in navigation systems, a solutions integrator or someone involved in industrial automation or autonomous systems, this webinar will help you to learn the latest advancements and understand better the broad landscape of GNSS/INS and what’s the right choice for you. Turn challenges into solutions and discover what the collaboration between Septentrio and Analog Devices can bring for you.
Top 5 Takeaways:
- Learn about the possibilities of GNSS/INS technology.
- Discover the ANALOG DEVICES (ADI) technology and differentiators.
- Understand the different classes of INS.
- Learn what to look for in the inertial sensor performance.
- See the advantages for different solutions.
Danilo Sabbatini - Product Manager Septentrio GNSS/INS & GNSS Corrections
Bio: Mr. Sabbatini has held different R&D and Product Management roles and has been involved in the most innovative and reliable technologies applied in a broad number of markets, he worked previously at Siemens for Noise Vibration & Harshness and other testing applications. Mr. Sabbatini holds a master’s degree in mechanical engineering from the University Politecnica delle Marche, Ancona, Italy.
Bob Scannell: Business Development Manager ANALOG DEVICES (ADI)'s MEMS inertial sensor products
Bio: Mr. Scannell is a business development manager for ADI's . He has been with ADI for 20+ years in various technical marketing and business development functions ranging from sensors to DSP to wireless, and previously worked at Rockwell International in both design and marketing. He holds a B.S. degree in electrical engineering from the UCLA (University of California, Los Angeles, USAos Angeles), and an M.S. in computer engineering from theUSC (University of Southern California, Los Angeles, USA).
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