Swift Navigation offers an ecosystem of GNSS products that deliver the precise positioning your innovative robotics application requires.
Swift products enable new possibilities and cost-effective development for use in everything from standalone autonomous devices and machines to embedded navigation in sensor networks or larger navigation platforms. In addition to its high-accuracy, Piksi Multi offers an open, software-based RTK solution and Duro utilizes the precision of Piksi Multi within a rugged enclosure to protect against the elements.
Swift’s precise positioning solutions can be applied across broad vertical applications and physical environments. Customers across industries can utilize Swift's products for projects ranging from R&D to optimizing autonomous vehicle sensors to automating routine processes via robotic vehicle control.
Swift Navigation was built on the foundation of openness allowing customers to easily tailor and adapt features to unique project requirements, from Piksi Multi’s on-board IMU to output raw data and its Linux based core for custom software development to utilizing Duro and Duro Inertial being ready right out of the box.
Piksi Multi’s dual-frequency RTK GNSS provides centimeter-accurate results. This accuracy ensures project success for a broad range of field conditions including, but not limited to, automated mowers, landscaping, course and field maintenance, unmanned aquatic vehicles and construction vehicle monitoring.
Swift provides GNSS solutions that are easily integrated into both partially and fully autonomous robotics applications. Utilize SwiftPath and benefit from a suite of evaluation platforms, mPCIe cards and high-volume production receivers that connect to the Skylark precise positioning service to deliver the accuracy you require in the format you desire.
Implementing precise positioning solutions into robotic applications enables automation of tedious, labor-intensive, repetitive tasks including lawn mowing, snow blowing and municipal maintenance. Contact Swift to learn how to improve efficiency, lower operating costs and reduce errors, like operator fatigue.