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AUVSI 2019: Lord sensing the movement

2nd May 2019 - 20:56 GMT | by Helen Haxell in Chicago


Lord’s inertial systems are now in the seventh generation, spanning wireless, pressure, load and displacement and are being utilised throughout autonomous, navigational, robotic, unmanned vehicle and drone operations.

Versatility of the sensors enables them to be integrated with other sensors like lidar and radar, a company spokesperson told Shephard, which, in turn, creates a system that can be interpreted by software to correct motions or offer balance support et al.

The sensors provide input to controllers for balance and the sensors compensate any affects to its disruption and therefore, it is able to assist in challenging environments.

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Helen Haxell


Helen Haxell

Helen Haxell was Air Editor at Shephard Media, having joined in February 2016 as Editor …

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