Inertial Labs is a leader in position and orientation technologies for both commercial/industrial and aerospace/defense applications. With a worldwide distributor & representative network covering 20+ countries across 6 continents, a standard product offering that spans from Inertial Measurement Units (IMU) up to full GPS-Aided Inertial Navigation Systems (INS), and an application breadth that covers Land, Air, and Sea; Inertial Labs covers the gambit of inertial technologies.
Certified officially to ISO 9001:2015, Inertial Labs maintains a constant focus on quality while also adhering to its principles of developing product solutions that represent the lowest cost, smallest size, and lowest power consumption within their given class of performance for all product families. Additionally, Inertial Labs’ high concentration of engineering expertise, with about 75% of its personnel having engineering degrees, leads to an organization that embraces customization, constantly focuses on innovation, and is well equipped to provide services as well as products. Inertial Labs has provided products and services to both Civil and Defense companies such as: Raytheon, Thales, Northrop Grumman, DRS, Lockheed Martin, Hyundai, Samsung, NASA, Boeing, and much-much more.
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