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Inertial Navigation Systems

EUROAMERICA Supplies INS systems by OXTS, Used by the world’s leading automotive manufacturers and test facilities, their precision measurement systems provide position, roll, pitch, heading and other measurements of vehicles on land, sea and in the air.

INS devices.

Each device is built with specific characteristics depending on the use case it is intended for. Our INS devices are ideal for applications where accuracy is essential, size, weight and power (SWaP) constrained applications as well as driving robot and platform integration.


RT3000 provides test engineers with a “ground truth” when measuring the position, orientation and dynamics of a vehicle. The RT3000 v2, launched in 2005, set the standard for automotive testing, becoming the reference system for testing across the automotive industry including for Euro NCAP testing, the v3 has raised the bar even further. As OxTS’ high performance INS for vehicle testing, the RT3000 v3 is the complete measurement solution, now with built-in RT-Range functionality. Greater mobility, connectivity and efficiency The RT3000 v3 delivers the same trusted measurement accuracy for which the RT3000 v2 has long been celebrated, layered over with innovative features that ensure greater accessibility, connectivity and efficiency.


RT1003 v2 - Featuring GPS, GLONASS, Galileo and BeiDou aiding, as well as the latest OxTS multi-core IMU technology, the RT1003 v2 is the cost-effective option for capturing accurate position, orientation and dynamics data in all but the harshest GNSS environments. Maximise satellite coverage along your route Dual antenna GNSS receiver supports aiding from the four main GNSS constellations: GNSS, GLONASS, Galileo and BeiDou. OxTS ix/single-satellite aiding technology ensures that each and every visible satellite is blended into the navigation solution for the most accurate data possible.

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RT500 v1 is the INS of choice for automotive companies who want to capture consistent, reliable measurements for low dynamics testing, where RTK is not required. e.g. coastdown testing, brake testing, and slip angle measurement. Its predecessor, the RT2500, earned itself industry-wide recognition as the hero INS solution for low dynamics testing. Now, with the RT500 v1, the solution replacing the RT2500, the industry’s trusted INS for low dynamics testing has been designed to offer even greater connectivity, mobility and efficiency. And it does so while maintaining the well-revered precision accuracy and affordable price of the RT2500.


Survey+ Unit provides high accuracy INS for measuring position and orientation in mobile mapping and other survey applications. cost-effective solutions for accurate land-based and manned aircraft mapping. Next generation hardware and software Users enjoy the same trusted, robust performance that the Survey+ has long been appreciated for, but with next generation architecture to support both your existing and future mapping needs, delivering: A new dynamic hardware platform – delivering greater processing power – enabling us to add a host of new features and continue to add more great features in the future. The latest high-performance IMU sensors and GNSS receivers – ensuring the best centimetre level position accuracy of any of our surveying and mapping solutions to date. Add on LiDAR Georeferencing software empowers you to do even more – enable georeferencing functionality and INS/LIDAR boresight calibration using OxTS developed algorithms to align the two systems perfectly.


xNAV650 is OxTS’ smallest and lightest Inertial Navigation System (INS) yet. The device makes use of the latest cutting edge technology, to deliver the precision and reliability OxTS’ customers have come to expect. Despite combining the latest MEMS inertial sensor technology with survey-grade GNSS receivers, the xNAV650 INS is also our most competitively priced INS to date. The xNAV650 provides surveyors with reliable and precise navigation data – even when budgets are limited


AV200 Combining dual GNSS RTK receivers and a compact MEMS IMU to deliver centimetre-level position and motion data in real-time. The new OxTS Multi-Core IMU Technology achieves the robust navigation performance at a fraction of the size, power, and price of high-end systems. Navigation you can trust Maximum GNSS utilisation is ensured by two multi-constellation, multi-frequency RTK GNSS receivers support aiding from the four main GNSS constellations: GPS, GLONASS, Galileo, and Beidou. OxTS’ gx/ix™ tight-coupling technology minimises time without RTK following GNSS outages and enables each and every visible satellite to blend into the navigation solution for the most accurate solution possible. Seamless integration Building the AV200 into larger complex systems is quick and easy with: Ethernet and CAN data interfaces Digital PPS for time synchronisation and PTP support A ROS 2 driver available for data decoding OxTS’ generic aiding interface to integrate external sensors into the navigation solution without the need for custom interfaces and encoders


Using over 25 years of experience OXTS working with their INS customers,  have developed a number of accessories to ensure you’re able to use our devices effectively – whatever your use case.


The RT-Strut is a fast car mounting system for our GNSS/INS products. Equipment can be mounted securely on the strut in most vehicles in minutes. Quick to install The RT-Strut fits between the floor and the roof of the car. A built-in spring provides the necessary force required to keep the RT-Strut in place. Fitting is simply a matter pulling a lever. Secure multiple products A number of different brackets mean the RT-Strut can be used to simultaneously mount multiple products. This is particularly useful in automotive ADAS applications where it is often necessary to mount a GNSS/INS product in the car along with an RT-Range S product.

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Dual Antenna Roof Mount is suitable for use with all OxTS RT products. It provides a rigid pre-set antenna separation configuration for either puck or pinwheel antennas and can be used on most roof types including glass, aluminium, composite and nonplanar. Turn-key Antenna Roof Mount Solution The Dual Antenna Roof Mount provides a robust, pre-set separation for a selection of antennas and combined with the built-in ground planes helps achieve and maintain system accuracy during testing. It has been designed to enable a quick and accurate dual antenna installation and the pre-determined antenna separation locations provides you the measurements for entry into the OxTS system configuration software. The main mounting bar comes in two one metre lengths that join together enabling the Roof Mount to be used in one or two metre configurations. Combined with the adjustable suction cups it gives the flexibility needed to fit varying vehicle roof shapes and sizes.


The RT-Base S improves data accuracy by transmitting differential corrections (DGNSS) to your inertial navigation systems. Ready to go in less than five minutes The RT-Base S takes less than five minutes to set up. All the parts you need are in one box. Just place the antenna on the tripod and attach it to the RT-Base S connector, attach the radio modem and you’re ready to go. Once switched on, the RT-Base S automatically computes an average position and begins transmitting DGNSS corrections so you can achieve RTK integer accuracy. Save positions for repeat use The RT-Base S can save it’s calculated position for later use. This saves you time if you return to the same position for data collection. It’s important that you place the antenna in exactly the same position each time. When returning to frequently used locations often, this removes the chance of the averaged position changing and ensures measurements captured over several visits are always consistent. Operational in all conditions The RT-Base S is IP65 rated meaning it can be left working in all weathers. The internal battery life will provide you with a minimum of 24 hours of continuous operation and with an operating temperature range of -10°C to 50°C it can be used in extreme test locations.

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The GPS-Base is a small GNSS base station that provides RTK corrections to one or more differential enabled GNSS receivers via radio modem. Correction data can also be logged to a PC when connected. GNSS corrections in real-time The GPS-Base calculates and then transmits differential corrections to local GNSS receivers. Differential corrections are used by the GNSS receiver in INS+GNSS products to achieve centimetre level accuracy. Corrections are sent to the GNSS/INS via radio modem for use in real-time, but can also be output to a local PC and stored for use in post-processing. To start broadcasting differential corrections simply attach the antenna, modem and a power source and the GPS-Base will do the rest. The position used by the GPS-Base can be averaged over a period of time, loaded from a file or specified directly. Multipath rejection The GPS-Base uses Pulse-Aperture Correlator Technology to minimise the effects of multipath. The GPS-700 Pin-Wheel Technology Antenna includes a ground-plane to minimise ground surface multipath and reflections. Correction types By default the GPS-Base uses the RTCA standard for transmitting its differential corrections. It can also be changed to output RTCA2 or RTCMV3. Raw data logging Our free PC software can log the raw GPS data to a file on the PC’s hard disk. This can then be used for post-processing GPS data at a later time.

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