NAOS Tracker

NAOS Tracker

Real-time motion tracking sensor

Naos is the world’s most advanced and precise motion tracking sensor, developed together with our partner Archinisis GmbH.

All recorded raw data is transmitted in real-time to analysis servers, via an encrypted 4G cellular data connection. And it features that much awaited u-blox M10 GNSS chip, providing superior satellite data quality over any other wearable GNSS sensor currently on the market. Read more about the use-cases in the Archinisis-Blog.

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Key Facts

  • Size: 81 x 53 x 17 mm
  • Weight: 78 grams
  • Data transmission, real-time mode: 4G/LTE data transfer, worldwide
  • Data transmission, offline mode: 4GByte onboard Flash storage, USB-C for data download
  • Battery duration: 4h real-time mode (with 4G/LTE), 12h offline mode
  • Waterproofing: Basic sweat- and rain-proof, not waterproof



U-blox M10, supporting 4 constellations (GPS, Galileo, Beidou, QZSS)

  • 3D position
  • 3D speed
  • 10 Hz sampling frequency

IMU / Inertial Sensor

  • ST ISM330DLC
  • 3D acceleration, +-16g range
  • 3D angular velocity, +-2000 deg/sec range
  • 208 Hz sampling frequency

Barometric Pressure Sensor

  • Bosch BMP390
  • Barometric pressure, 0.03 hPa relative accuracy
  • 12.5 Hz sampling frequency

Integrated single-frequency, multi-GNSS receiver

Integrated industrial-grade MEMS-IMU

Very small dimensions (80x52x16 mm) and weight (78g)

Cloud-based ANavS GNSS/ INS tightly coupled positioning engine

Data Transmission: LTE data transfer (realtime-mode), Onboard storage with USB-C for data download (offline-mode)


Battery-Duration: 4h real-time mode, 12h offline mode

Quick overview



Equipped for every situation with the need of high-precise positioning and navigation

R&D Projects

Our R&D team is constantly working on researching, developing and implementing new technologies to master the challenges of tomorrow.


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