April 7, 2021

Geosun ACEINNA400x275ACEINNA, which develops inertial-based guidance and navigation systems for autonomous vehicles and automated machines, has announced that Geosun, a developer and manufacturer of lidar-based navigation systems for drones and remotely operated vehicles, has selected ACEINNA to supply the Inertial Measurement Unit (IMU) sensors for the system.

Geosun will integrate ACEINNA’s OpenIMU330BI and IMU383 IMUs into various lidar scanning systems used to help navigate and guide airborne drone systems, especially those used in construction planning and mapping operations.

“We are excited to partner with Geosun, China’s leading developer of guidance systems for their lidar scanning systems,” said Yang Zhao, chairman and CEO of ACEINNA. “We are working with them to integrate our high-performance inertial navigation hardware and algorithms into their various lines of lidar scanning solutions.”

ACEINNA IMU383The IMUs are triple redundant, and provide accuracy of up to 1.3 degrees per hour. The hardware and software solution can be applied to several autonomous vehicles, including mapping drones, robot delivery, self-driving cars and taxis, automotive driver assistance systems, electronic stability control, and lane-keeping applications, among others.

“The reliable, accurate performance of ACEINNA brand IMUs has helped our lidar scanning systems to sell very well,” said Hongxing Sun, CEO of Geosun. “They are extremely popular with our customers. In the future, based on our mutual understanding and benefits, we plan on further strengthening our cooperation with ACEINNA.”

More details on ACEINNA’s inertial systems can be found here. To learn more about Geosun, visit their website.