QuNav is a team of talented engineers and researchers motivated by advancing the technology of positioning, navigation, and timing. We develop and implement sensor-fusion and software receiver solutions for GPS-challenged and GPS-denied environments.
QuNav has been collaborating with
US Government customers: Air Force Research Laboratory, NAVAIR, Army, DARPA and Missile Defense Agency;
Industry and Academic partners: Northrop Grumman, Rockwell Collins, Telit, NextNav, u-blox, Ohio State University, University of Colorado, and Illinois Institute of Technology.
QuNav is also passionate about bringing our low-cost navigation technology to the automotive market for applications that include telematics, connected cars, and, ultimately, self-driving cars.
QuNav’s sensor-fusion solutions combine carrier phase GNSS (from GPS and other satellite navigation systems such as GLONASS and Galileo) with consumer-grade MEMS inertial sensors and other automotive sensors (odometer and video-cameras) in order to enable accurate and reliable navigation even in most challenging environments such as urban canyons, tunnels, and enclosed parking garages.
Download recent publications that describes how QuNav’s low-cost sensor-fusion technology supports lane-level positioning capabilities.