Designed for harsh environments that include magnetic, dynamic, and temperature fluctuations as well as high shock and humidity, our inertial systems and acoustic sensors deliver exacting performance. Our knowledgeable engineering team and decades of experience ensure our systems perform in your application.
In situations where precision is an absolute must, Sparton delivers the inertial systems that can be trusted time and time again. Our products have been built to improve on today’s product standards with even greater performance that is required for tomorrow’s laser targeting systems.
Panning the sky in search for satellite signals takes on a whole new meaning in urgent conditions when time is of the essence. Getting your connections established in short order requires absolute accuracy—accuracy that can only be delivered by Sparton’s inertial systems.
Unmanned vehicles continue to impress with rapid advances in technology that make these vehicles suitable for military and commercial use. The inertial system is a critical component for unmanned operation success, and Sparton is lock step in the rapid development of sensor systems technologies for air, sea and ground.
Exploring the vast ocean floor for oil and gas opportunities is a daunting task. Sparton’s inertial system product offerings help produce the critical accuracy needed to survey, collect and analyze the sea floor to mine these natural resources.
Laser Targeting, Oil and Gas Exploration, Oceanography and more. Whatever your application, our inertial systems can meet your most demanding needs.
Harsh environmental conditions, extreme magnetic interference, mechanical shock and transient platform vibrations all contribute to the challenge of high accuracy inertial sensing and platform attitude reporting. Sparton IMU-10 inertial sensing system thrives in such environments and provides end-users with a reliable high-performance, high-accuracy 10DOF inertial sensing package in a ruggedized enclosure.
By eliminating nearly all external magnetic disturbances that affect heading accuracy, the Sparton GEDC-6E AHRS provides highly dynamic response features combined with long-term stability and accuracy. An enhanced version of our GEDC-6, it has a faster start-up time and in-field calibration convergence.
Fully temperature compensated, the AHRS-8 is individually calibrated for industry-leading heading accuracy. Our AdaptNav II™ algorithm provides accurate in-field calibration, while the NorthTek™ Development System makes it the world’s only fully programmable inertial system.
Based on our years of experience, our library of case studies and white papers are a good source for inspiration and examples.
A high performance inertial system that includes magnetometers can provide accurate platform heading information in a variety of applications and operational environments.
A team of 40 dedicated undergraduates designed and built the winning submarine for the annual international competition.
Their robot, Bazinga used our GEDC-6 navigation sensor to compete in the Intelligent Ground Vehicle Competition.
Read about our engineers’ latest ideas and breakthroughs.
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As enhanced versions of our GEDC-6 and DC-4 products, Sparton’s gyro enhanced attitude and heading system, the GEDC-6E and tilt compensated attitude and heading system and the DC-4E have improved in-field calibration algorithms that offer higher accuracy, reduced convergence time and more.
Inertial systems do not recalibrate on their own if the magnetic environment changes. The magnetic environment is unpredictable and depends on so many factors that it would not be practical to have the inertial system perform recalibrations continuously during operation. If the inertial system calibration is performed in a poor magnetic environment, the inertial system measurements will be poor.