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SBG Systems' INS Chosen for Shom Fleet

Shom, the French national hydrographic and oceanographic office selected SBG Systems’ inertial navigation sytems to renew their whole fleet of INS. They chose Navsight Apogee INS for their speedboats and survey vessels for both shallow and deep-water real-time bathymetric surveys and Qinertia PPK software for post-processing tasks.Shom has 3 major objectives: national hydrography and cartography, defense support in hydro-oceanographic fields, and support in maritime geospatial products and services for public policies on the sea and the coast. The fleet used by Shom is based in Brest and is

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POJL Upgrades to SBG Marine Navsight Solution

Ports of Jersey upgraded its existing SBG Apogee-U to the Apogee Navsight Solution which has been designed specifically for marine applications. Swathe Services, who supplied and installed the original system, assisted with the upgrade and servicing by SBG Systems.The port purchased the Apogee-U high-performance Inertial Navigation System (INS) from Swathe in 2016 along with a high resolution R2SONIC Multi-Beam Echo-Sounder (MBES) to conduct Hydrographic surveys out of St Helier and for additional commercial survey operations.James Williams, Managing Director of Swathe Services, says:

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SBG Systems Unveils New IMU

solution dedicated to hydrographers. It is available at different levels of accuracy to meet the various application requirements and can be connected to various external equipment such as Echo-sounders, LiDAR, etc.Navsight Marine Solution already offered two levels of performance with the Ekinox and Apogee IMUs. These MEMS-based IMUs address most of hydrographics markets whether shallow or deep water. The new Horizon IMU  allows users to bring the Navsight technology to the most demanding environments such as surveying highly dense areas (bridges, buildings, etc) as well as applications where

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SBG Systems Launches Navsight Marine Solution at OI2018

, the GNSS receiver when selected, and all connections to external equipment such as echo-sounders, sonar, etc.   Navsight Marine Solution: Built on a Proven Technology Navsight Marine Solutions is based on 10 years of SBG Systems experience in marine inertial sensing products. The Ekinox and Apogee INS have been a huge success in the field; the company continues its efforts to offer even more performance, simplicity, robustness, and versatility to marine professionals.   Extreme Simplicity, Easy-Peasy Installation Whether the IMU comes with a surface or a subsea enclosure, they are

Example illustrating how pile dwellings were built by our ancestors and their way of living - via the multibeam solution (Photo: MacArtney)

University of Vienna Acquires New Multibeam Equipment

SeaBat T50-P multibeam sonar, data acquisition software QPS QINSy, data processing software (BeamworX AutoClean/AutoPatch and QPS Fledermaus), training, and installation. Also supplied was the GNSS System Septentrio AsteRx-U UHF in combination with an ALTUS NR2 base station and the INS Sensor SBG Apogee-E to get a high precise position.    To guarantee a reliable and accurate speed of sound measurement, MacArtney said it chose the Valeport products SWIFT and UltraSV

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Case Study: High Accuracy Survey under Bridges

Client: WSA Berlin Application: Hydrography/Charting Product: Apogee-E Inertial Navigation System Project: Multibeam echo sounder stabilization and data georeferencing   The vessel Spreegrund, property of WSA Berlin, has been equipped by MBT, part of MacArtney group, with state-of- the-art equipment including the Apogee-E, the highest accuracy inertial navigation system from SBG. One of the main goals was to obtain very good results when surveying under bridges.    The catamaran survey vessel named Spreegrund serves as survey vessel on German lakes, adjacent canals and

Ports of Jersey Purchases Multi-Beam System

2024 with TruePix and UHR 700 kHz capability.   The comprehensive equipment, software and support package was chosen by Aaron Gavey, Deputy Marine Operations Manager, to enhance the organization’s new commercial survey capability.   Gavey and his team also chose the new SBG Systems Apogee-U Inertial Navigation System with a Hemisphere R330 RTK base station and optional Atlas Link corrections. Valeport MiniSVS and SWiFT sensors completed the hardware purchase. C4R Maritime Solutions provided a bespoke mounting bracket for their multi-role pilot/survey vessel.   As an existing

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MTR100: SBG Systems

, AUV and ROV navigation and motion monitoring   SBG Systems designs, manufactures and calibrates all of its products. SBG Systems adds value to its inertial systems by designing specific data fusion algorithms and calibration techniques to enhance sensors’ performance. The company’s Apogee Series is the most accurate line of inertial navigation systems based on the robust and cost-effective MEMS technology. Apogee sensors are also the smallest and lightest at this level of accuracy. It provides a roll and pitch accurate to 0.008° in real-time and integrates the last generation

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SBG Systems Launches New Inertial Sensors

SBG Systems completes the Apogee product line with two new inertial sensors in subsea enclosure   SBG Systems has released the Apogee-M and the Apogee-U, two new inertial sensors to complete the Apogee product line. The Apogee-M is a Motion Reference Unit (MRU), and the Apogee-U is an Inertial Navigation System. Both are made of titanium with a depth rating of 200 meters.    Apogee Series is an inertial navigation systems (INS) based on the MEMS technology. One year after the release of the Apogee surface sensors (IP68 enclosure), SBG Systems has completed the product line with a

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