QuNav is a team of talented engineers and researchers motivated by pushing the envelop of positioning, navigation and timing. We develop and implement sensor-fusion and software receiver solutions for GPS-challenged and GPS-denied environments.
To design and prototype various navigation mechanizations, QuNav has been awarded sixteen small business innovation research (SBIR) Phase I awards and nine SBIR Phase II awards (three additional Phase II awards are currently pending). We have been working with a variety of US Government customers (Air Force Research Laboratory, NAVAIR, Army CERDEC, AMRDEC, Army Research Office, DARPA and Missile Defense Agency), industry and academic partners (Northrop Grumman, Rockwell Collins, Telit, Ohio State University and Illinois Institute of Technology).
We are also very 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 a recent publication that describes how our low-cost sensor-fusion technology supports lane-level positioning capabilities.