“You are Here” rather than “You are Near.” Sensor Fusion & Defining the Best Vehicle Positioning Solutions – TDK Global Feature
TDK Trusted Positioning was recently featured by TDK Global in their article “You are Here” rather than “You are Near.” Sensor Fusion & Defining the Best Vehicle Positioning Solutions. The article highlights the importance of sensor fusion for vehicle positioning and features the TRACK, RIDE, and AUTO positioning products. Read the full story here.
The Key to Accurate and Reliable Location Information In today’s technology-driven world, accurate and reliable positioning information has become indispensable for numerous applications, ranging from navigation systems to augmented reality experiences. However, achieving pinpoint accuracy in location-based services is no easy feat, especially considering the diverse environments and conditions in which these systems operate. Relying […]
Location technology is finding its way into more and more applications, including IoT and autonomous platforms. But global navigation satellite systems are not enough. They do not achieve the real-time requirement or the positional accuracy necessary for telematics and autonomous driving. With the pure GNSS location system (Global Navigation Satellite System), there are a variety […]
Will Automotive OTA Updates be the Differentiator for Aftermarket Telematics? Over the past decade, the automotive industry has experienced radical change. We’ve witnessed the transformation and optimization of machine and hardware, the adoption of the connected vehicle, and now the forthcoming industrial evolution of the “software-defined-vehicle”. When a vehicle is designed and primarily enabled by […]
Enhanced Vehicle Positioning Software for GNSS denied areas / New Software Service License Model Now Available
TRACK provides enhanced vehicle positioning in the most challenging environments by using low cost inertial MEMS sensors and GNSS. The inertial core of accelerometers and gyroscopes continuously tracks the relative movement of the vehicle and uses GNSS information as absolute updates when available. In tunnels, parking structures or other areas where GNSS becomes unreliable like […]