Cybernet Systems has leveraged sensor technology for a number of critical commercial and defense applications. All of the applications of this technology process data communicated with sensors to provide actionable direction and/or provide more detailed information to the user. Cybernet’s use of sensors and data help the U.S. Military measure weapon point and position, provide the ability for vehicles to run autonomously and parachutes to deploy automatically, and offer accurate tracking of personnel and/or vehicles through augmented GPS systems.
Specific examples of Cybernet’s solutions include:
Inertial Measurement and Magnetometer Module (I3M)
Portable module that provides geolocation, heading and altitude info. Integrates GPS, pressure sensor, accelerometer and magnetometer. Plugs into any computer supporting USB.
Parachute Automatic Opening Device
Captures parachute jump descent, acceleration, velocity and position data for training purposes. Validated on over 500 jumps for automatic reserve chute trigger. Altitude descent estimation better than +/- 8 feet/second.
Low Cost INS/GPS Navigation System for ground vehicle navigation in GPS denied environments with CEP rate of 0.3 NMi/hr. Uploads vehicle data via satellite uplink to tactical viewer. Provides a closed loop data fusion of conventional vehicle data, inertial measurements and magnetometer heading to provide position and attitude during GPS denial.
Ground Vehicle Navigation in GPS Denied Environments
Low cost 6 Degree of Freedom sensor unit in just 1.1 in. x 1.1 in x .75 in. Accurate attitude estimation to better than 0.1 milliradians. Fast dynamic response and drift-free data using proprietary sensor fusion software.