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The entry-level INS for slip angle measurement and brake testing



slip angle accuracy


pitch/roll accuracy

0.1 km/h

velocity accuracy


maximum output rate

The RT500 v1 is the INS of choice for automotive companies who want to capture consistent, reliable measurements for low dynamics testing, where RTK is not required. e.g. coastdown testing, brake testing, and slip angle measurement.

Its predecessor, the RT2500, earned itself  industry-wide recognition as the hero INS solution for low dynamics testing.

Now, with the RT500 v1, the solution replacing the RT2500, the industry’s trusted INS for low dynamics testing has been designed to offer even greater connectivity, mobility and efficiency. And it does so while maintaining the well-revered precision accuracy and affordable price of the RT2500.

Precision, greater accuracy and efficiency

  • CAN 2.0 and CAN-FD configuration and interface

  • 48v power supply

  • Same trusted performance as the RT2500

  • Dual antenna multi-frequency GNSS receiver


Streamlining and simplifying low dynamics testing

  • Position, time, velocity, acceleration, heading pitch and roll in one data stream

  • Combined IMU/GNSS data ensures you don’t lose data when you drive in poor GNSS environments

  • Data output at low latency in real-time to reduce the need for post-processing


The complete, compliant, affordable solution

  • One of the most economically priced low dynamics test solutions on the market

  • Meets all needs for low dynamic testing, for both current and future ISO compliance requirements

Hardware features

  • Tightly-coupled GNSS/INS

  • Dual antenna GPS/GLONASS

  • CAN 2.0 and CAN-FD interface

  • 3x Ethernet ports

  • Up to 250Hz output

  • CAN Acquisition (optional) – CAN data acquired from other sensors can be logged to the RT500

Firmware features for Automotive engineers

  • Multiple slip points – INS computes slip angle from up to eight user configured points on the vehicle

  • Local coordinates – Data is displaced from an origin on a local coordinates grid

  • Surface tilt – Roll and pitch are compared to an inclined surface

  • Acceleration filters – Applied to reduce unwanted noise on angular and acceleration measurements.

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