ACEINNA OpenIMU330 Inertial Measurement Unit

ACEINNA's OpenIMU330 helps developers create guidance and navigation systems for various types of autonomous vehicles, including construction and agricultural machinery.

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ACEINNA announces the release of its ACEINNA OpenIMU330B, a MEMS based, small form factor high-performance 6-DOF inertial measurement unit.

  • Enables autonomous vehicles to accurately stay on track during turns and complicated maneuvers
  • Measures only 11 x 15 x 3 mm (0.43 x 0.59 x 0.12 in.)
  • For use in automotive ADAS and autonomous systems as well as for electronic stability control and Lane Keep Assist functions  
  • Triple-redundant architecture consists of three independent, 3-Axis Accelerometer and 3-Axis Gyros for accuracy and reliability
  • Embedded triple-redundant sensor array enables use of ACEINNA’s proprietary voting scheme to utilize only valid sensor data
  • Any defective sensor output or errant dataset can be ignored or de-rated in importance
  • Architecture ensures highest possible quality level and simultaneously improves performance
  • Bias Instability and Angular Random Walk of rate sensors are 2o/hr and 0.2 o/√hr   
  • Powered by ARM M4 CPU with Floating Point Unit
  • Runs OpenIMU open-source stack that includes optimized full-state Kalman Filter for Attitude and GPS-Aided Position-Velocity-Time (PVT) measurement
  • Includes triple redundant, 3-axis MEMS angular rate sensor, triple redundant, high-performance 3-axis MEMS Accelerometer, Open Source Tool Chain and Custom Algorithms
  • Features ARM M4 CPU and built in 16-State Open Source Extended State Kalman Filter
  • Automotive Grade ASIL-B Version, SPI and UART interfaces also included
  • Wide temperature range of -40-85 C (-40-185 F)
  • Embedded navigation applications can be quickly developed on PC, MAC, and Ubuntu and deployed to run on OpenIMU hardware
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