A new Velocity – at the intersection of technology and application
Our industry is always changing; new technologies, challenging use cases and cutting-edge engineering are making autonomy a reality.
To help you stay on top of the latest innovations, we're expanding Velocity to include in-depth technical articles on the engineering and testing behind the application of autonomy and positioning technologies.
What you'll find inside
From driving autonomous innovation with student racing teams to the impact of sensor fusion and vibration on GNSS and inertial positioning, from autonomous orchard sprayers in Brazil to the future of PNT from low Earth orbit, Velocity magazine features the latest applications and technical advancements from around the world—and out of this world.
Student race car designers driving autonomous innovation
Student teams find innovative ways to leverage advanced positioning technologies in prototype electric and driverless vehicle designs.
Sensor fusion and its role in safe autonomy
How additional sensors can enhance GNSS and inertial data in real-world scenarios.
Vibration, the not so silent killer of INS
The impacts of vibration on inertial navigation systems and ways to mitigate its effects.
Download Velocity now to read these and more application and technical articles from Hexagon's Autonomy & Positioning division including:
Brazilian citrus industry ripe for autonomous sprayer shift
Agriculture equipment manufacturer Jacto is leveraging GNSS to provide highly accurate and reliable positioning for autonomous sprayers to operate continuously and safely 24/7/365.
Mitigating jamming and spoofing with GRIT
GNSS Resilience and Integrity Technology (GRIT) demonstrates it can successfully protect against jamming and spoofing trials in Norway.
ZITON leads as offshore wind demand grows, deploying the latest in PNT solutions to accurately and safely position their jack-up vessels for turbine maintenance operations.
Enabling LEO signals for more resilient PNT
A collaboration between Hexagon | NovAtel, Spirent and Xona Space Systems is pushing the low Earth orbit (LEO) movement forward.