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How to Minimize Latency in a Hardware-in-the-Loop PNT Testbed

A GNSS simulator is an essential test instrument for dynamic platforms of all kinds. The simulator produces replica GNSS signals that are controllable and repeatable, allowing the assessment and qualification of PNT systems such as GNSS receivers. For applications where PNT capabilities are safety- and liability-critical, one goal of the test regime should be to […]

Romain Zimmermann | Jun 2023

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Understanding Latency for PNT Application Development

Join Spirent, Septentrio, and National Instruments (NI) if you design, build or deploy PNT solutions in the following user communities: • Agriculture • Construction • Defense • Rail and Ports • Unmanned Systems • Autonomous Vehicles • Science and Research You can expect to learn: • How to overcome challenges in high-dynamic GNSS / INS […]

May 2023 | Watch On-demand

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Latency for hardware in the loop testing


Latency: What It Is and How It Can Affect Your PNT Test Environment

Dynamic platforms of all kinds—from driverless cars to military drones—depend on accurate and reliable positioning, navigation and timing (PNT) technologies to ensure mission success. An advanced way to maximize PNT accuracy and reliability in such vehicles is to use a multi-sensor system, in which sensors like cameras, LiDAR and inertial measurement units (IMUs) work in […]

Romain Zimmermann | May 2023

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