Dual antenna GPS/GNSS module for accurate positioning

November 03, 2020 //By Jean-Pierre Joosting
Dual antenna GPS/GNSS module for accurate positioning
Mosaic-HTM dual antenna GPS/GNSS module opens the door to smaller-than-ever navigation and control systems for automated machines and robots.

Delivering reliable heading and pitch or heading and roll information on top of centimeter-level positioning, the mosaic-H heading receiver from Septentrio features dual antennas in a tiny footprint. Mosaic-H is the latest addition to Septentrio’s existing mosaic module family, which already includes high-performance RTK and timing modules as well as modules with integrated GNSS corrections. Having a single standard footprint across multiple specialized receiver modules enables integrators to create multiple application-specific products based on a single design.

“The mosaic GNSS receivers have set a new performance standard among high precision GNSS modules. Adding a second antenna input into the single form factor of mosaic demonstrates Septentrio’s leading position in the high-precision module market,” said Francois Freulon, Head of Product Management at Septentrio. “Thanks to its ultra-small dimensions and low power consumption, mosaic-H is the ideal navigation and control solution for robotics, UAVs and autonomous applications which require ultra-robust and secure positioning and heading.”

The mosaic-H delivers orientation angles immediately from the start, helping initialize inertial systems which otherwise would require movement before they can measure 3D orientation. INS initialization with GNSS attitude from power-up allows machine trajectory path optimization and fully informed navigation of robotic systems immediately from mission start.

The mosaic-H receiver will be available for integrator testing and customer evaluation by end of December 2020. The full product production is expected by spring 2021.

www.septentrio.com/mosaic-H


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