Extremely rugged fanless industrial computers designed to meet military shock, vibration and EMC standards.
Military grade rack-mount PCs designed and built by Steatite in the UK. Can be customised to meet your specific requirements.
Compact VITA-75 GNSS-aided inertial positioning system with integrated master clock capability. Ideal for military applications.
Highly accurate master clocks offering resilient time and synchronisation in both fixed and mobile applications.
VPX CPU blades and graphics cards, along with custom designed chassis, backplanes and complete systems.
Blade servers offering multiple nodes in a single housing. Ideal for virtualisation and high-density computing applications
Military Grade laser and inkjet printers tested to military standards for shock, vibration and EMC.
COM Express modules designed for -40 to +85°C operation. HALT tested to ensure long-term reliability.
GNSS simulators allow you to test GNSS receivers in a repeatable way and in hypothetical scenarios.
• Supports All Signals In L1 Band
• Advance Multi-Channel GNSS
• Dual Frequency Testing
• GPS Signals L2C/L5 Supported
• Pre-Configured Test Scenarios
• Modular HD & SW Design
• Compact & Lightweight
The GSG-6 Series offers multiple frequency band operation, multiple GNSS constellation simulation & expansion to many more channels. Incorporating all of the features of the 5 Series, the 6 Series expands . . .
• Powerful & Accurate
• Single Channel GNSS
• Lowest Cost-Of-Ownership
• Lightweight & Portable
The Orolia GSG-51 is a GNSS signal generator that emulates a single GNSS signal. The main application is a simple but very fast manufacturing test, to assure that the assembly is . . .
• Real Time GPS Location
• Improved Safety-of-life
• Indoor & Underground
Zone-based Indoor Location with GPS Simulators
· Control Of Real vs Fake Signals
· Dual GSG For Live Sky & Spoofer
· Full Time Sync Control
· Full Power Level Control
· Full Position Control (Both Sides)
Through the integration and synchronization of two Orolia GNSS RF generators, the user has full control of the critical parameters to test the susceptibility to spoofed signals compared to simulated . . .