LOCATOR
GNSS-FREE POSITIONING
for AIRBORNE PLATFORMS

The use of unmanned airborne platforms relies heavily on the presence of precise GNSS (GPS, Galileo, Baidu, GLONASS, etc.) signals and data.

A poor GPS signal or its absence altogether may bring all operations and flights to a halt, severely harming UAS missions, services and supply chains.

Receiving a "spoofed" GPS signal posses serious threats to any UAS and its operators.
INS (Inertial Navigation system) is usually used a secondary navigation system, but tends to drift along time and provide false location data.

LOCATOR uses ProTrack's unique, operationally-proven, industry leading Video Anchoring software to continually test the GPS and/or INS data and the platform's telemetry, correct them and make them accurate.

It keeps working even when they are non-existent, corrupt or have severely drifted.

LOCATOR is installed on off-the-shelf Linux/Windows SOMs and cards (e.g. Nvidia Jetson etc.) and easily integrates with the platform's controller and sensors.

 

Contact us for more information.

The videos below show the UAS's corrected position and video trace, as calculated by LOCATOR.

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