REFERENCE LINKS

Below are several links to businesses, educational and research institutions that use Watson gyro and inertial sensor products.

OCEAN CURRENT MONITORING

buoy_smallThe Bedford Institude of Oceanography on the uses of the Watson Industries Strapdown Heading Reference (SHR) for monitoring Arctic ocean currents by means of magnetic reference.


 

UNMANNED VEHICLES

unmanned_smallTennessee State University used a Watson Attitude and Heading Reference System (AHRS) for their entries in the Intelligent Ground Vehicle Competition.


 

UNDERSEA CABLE LAYING

cable_smallForum Energy Technologies (formerly Perry Slingsby Systems) uses Watson Attitude and Heading Reference System (AHRS) sensors in their undersea cable laying vehicles.


 

RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT

research_smallWatson Industries regularly attends and/or presents papers at the German Institute of Navigation’s annual Gyro Technology Symposium in Karlsruhe, Germany.


 

AUTONOMOUS UNDERWATER VEHICLES

ROV_ocean_smallInternational Submarine Engineering, Ltd. uses a Watson Attitude and Heading Reference System (AHRS) in one of it’s navigation packages.


 

HIGH SPEED TRAINS

tilt_control_smallWatson Industries sells a custom Train Measurement System (TMS) tilting sensor for Amtrak’s Acela High Speed Trains designed by Bombardier operating on the East Coast.


 

STABILIZED CAMERAS

stable_cam_smallWatson Industries supplies a Vertical Reference System (VRS) to stabilize the FlyCam, a high speed cable supported camera produced by This Side Up Productions.


 

REMOTELY PILOTED VEHICLES

autonomous_smallSeaworks, Ltd. uses a Watson Gyro-stabilized Strapdown Heading Reference (SHR) in its Scorpio ROV.