Fibernetics is a US manufacturer of fiber optic gyroscope (FOG)-based inertial systems. Our mission is to build the smallest and lightest navigation-grade and strategic-grade inertial systems.
INTRODUCING THE TRITON IMU
The TRITON SERIES IMU is an inertial measurement unit (IMU) based on fiber optic gyroscope (FOG) and quartz flexure technology.
Excellent reliability & performance
High performance-to-volume ratio
Custom packaging, mounting kits, connectors, and I/O protocols
Long system lifetime
No moving parts, no vibration
Ease of use and installation
Weight and power reduction
TRITON SERIES PRODUCT LINE
Fibernetics is pushing the boundaries of FOG-based inertial sensor technology to supply products ranging in accuracy from navigation to strategic grade, featuring improved SWaP (size, weight, and power). All Fibernetics systems are based on state-of-the-art, proprietary FOG technology to provide the best available performance and reliability. Thanks to the systems' low weight, small size, low power consumption, and Ethernet/serial connectivity, they can be integrated with ease on any platform.
TRITON MOTION REFERENCE UNIT (MRU): The TRITON 3000 is a fully strap-down gyrocompass and motion sensor based on fiber optic gyroscope (FOG) and quartz flexure technology.
TRITON INERTIAL MEASUREMENT UNIT (IMU): The TRITON IMU is a fully strap-down fiber optic gyroscope (FOG)-based system that measure linear and angular motion using a triad of gyroscopes and triad of accelerometers.
TRITON INERTIAL NAVIGATION SYSTEM (INS): The TRITON INS fully strap-down fiber optic gyroscope (FOG)-based system that tracks the position and orientation of an object relative to a known starting point, orientation, and velocity with the aid of Fibernetics' proprietary navigation algorithms.
- Subsea navigation and positioning (e.g. unmanned undersea vehicles - UUVs)
- Surface vessel and submarine navigation
- Weapon, sensor, and antenna stabilization
- Missile alignment
- Land navigation and pointing
- Offshore oil, gas, dredging, oceanographic, and hydrography survey