Integrated Sensor Platform (ISP)
ISP – One platform for all sensors
The Integrated Sensor Platform (ISP) is a hardware basis for easy integration of a large variety of sensors without any effort.
It comes with a standard configuration of three GNSS receivers and integrated antennas, an industrial-grade inertial measurement unit (IMU), a CAN interface for wheel odometry data and a barometer.
On top of the standard sensors a fully integrated computer vision module is equipped, that can be flexibly configured with two cameras and/or a 3D-LiDAR.
The camera only configuration includes a high-quality, high frame-rate global shutter monocular HD camera and a global shutter stereo camera with either fisheye objective or depth sensing capabilities.
The LiDAR only configuration includes a high-quality 3D-LiDAR for 360° sensing.
On the one hand, both the camera sensors and the LiDAR sensor provide an additional odometry or positioning information through visual-inertial odometry or Simultaneous Localization and Mapping (SLAM). On the other hand, 2D and 3D maps of the environment or road can be generated. Furthermore, semantic segmentation enabled by deep learning algorithms allows to add semantic information to the maps and further enhances the SLAM performance.
The additional positioning information obtained from the computer vision module is coupled with GNSS, IMU and wheel odometry information in the ANAVS Sensor Fusion. This leads to an improved positioning accuracy to overcome also the most challenging environments.
The ISP is ready to use out-of-the-box. With its vacuum cup it can safely be mounted for any kind of automotive dynamics.
Accurate Position and Attitude
High Precision Maps (2D/3D)
Object detection (using Artificial Intelligence)
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Why should I use the ANavS® ISP?
- The patented ANavS® tightly coupled sensor fusion provides real-time 3D-position, 3D-attitude (heading, pitch, roll), 3D-velocity and 3D acceleration information with an update-rate of up to 140 Hz.
- The new Integrated Sensor Platform (ISP) stands for the combination of classical sensor fusion with artificial intelligence algorithms for autonomous driving, map creation and object detection/classification and includes all necessary sensors in combination with powerful processors:
- Multi-GNSS, Multi-Frequency, Multi-Antenna setup
- Inertial Sensors