The OXTS RT2000 family combines precision angular rate sensors and navigation grade accelerometers, a low cost GNSS receiver and an advanced navigation computer to form an inertial navigation system aided by GNSS in one very compact box. The RT2500 is the perfect way to step up from a GNSS receiver and benefit from inertial technology.
RT2000 Inertial and GNSS Navigation System is an advanced six-axis inertial navigation system that blends GNSS information to keep the measurements accurate. The RT2000 products show our commitment to bring customer value to users where a balance between price and performance is necessary or precision position accuracy is not a focus, but the coupling of INS and GNSS systems is still desirable.
The RT2000 Inertial and GNSS Navigation System includes three angular rate sensors (gyros), three servo-grade accelerometers, the GNSS receiver and all the required processing in one very compact box. The RT2000 products works as stand-alone, autonomous unit and requires no user input before it starts operating.
The outputs from the RT2000 Inertial and GPS Navigation System are derived from the measurements of the accelerometers and gyros. Using the inertial sensors for the main outputs gives the RT2000 system a fast update rate and a wide bandwidth. The RT2000 is available with an update rate of 100Hz or 250Hz.All the outputs are computed in real-time with a very low latency.
True Lateral Acceleration
2 GB Logging
5 min installation
Upgradeable to Dual-Antenna
Testing Even during dynamic tests, GNSS and inertial measurements at 100 or 250 Hz give a complete and accurate picture of how a vehicle is moving.
Slip Angle Measurement
Slip-angle measurements accurate to 0.2° at just 50 km/h and accurate roll and pitch measurements provide the detail you’re looking for.
Capture your data in a reliable and repeatable way with high accuracy acceleration measurements in all axes, wheel speed and brake trigger inputs.
Two-centimetre accuracy, multiple slip-point measurements and precise roll/pitch measurements capture exactly how the vehicle responds on different tyres.
The RT2000 can capture the data required for modelling control systems, and then validate the results in real-world tests.
ADAS testing (with RT2002)
RT sensors are already widely used in ADAS development and validation because their accurate and repeatable measurements provide the information engineers need.