SBG Systems


SBG Systems S.A.S.

  • 1 Avenue Eiffel
    78420 Carrières-sur-Seine

About SBG Systems

SBG Systems is a leading supplier of inertial motion sensing solutions, from miniature to high accuracy. Combined with cutting-edge calibration techniques and advanced embedded algorithms, SBG Systems’ products are ideal solutions for surveying applications whether they are aerial, marine, or land based.

SBG Systems unveils Quanta Plus, the Next-Gen OEM GNSS-Aided INS. Quanta Plus is a small, lightweight, and high-performance OEM product that can be easily integrated into survey systems with LiDAR or other third-party sensors.

Quanta Plus 

Quanta Plus is engineered to deliver accurate and reliable navigation data even in the most demanding environments. It combines a high-performance miniature tactical IMU with a GNSS receiver that is resilient to harsh covering conditions, providing RTK fixes even in challenging situations (0.015° roll/pitch, 0.04° heading, 1cm positioning in RTK).

The system boasts a wide range of features to make it easy to use and customize for various applications and features a built-in datalogger, ethernet interface for seamless integration, and a user-friendly web configuration UI for simple setup and control.

Quanta Plus is a must-have device for any survey professional or navigation-dependent company looking for a high-performance and robust navigation solution. With its cutting-edge technology, outstanding SWaP-C, and ease of use, Quanta Plus is set to become the new industry standard.

Quanta Plus also benefits from easy integration within Qinertia, SBG Systems' state-of-the-art post-processing software.


Qinertia improves the performance of data acquired during a mission using reliable RTK corrections from a wide range of CORS networks, or by importing base station data during the process. It also improves accuracy of the position and attitude using forward and backward processing and by integrating a tight coupling between GNSS and IMU data. 

Specific Qinertia solutions are available for integrators and OEMs who want to use Qinertia as a library in their application-specific post-processing solutions.

Qinertia has been upgraded to support third-party IMUs and all GNSS receivers and now covers all surveyors’ projects with its new GNSS license to post-process both static and kinematic GNSS data.

It now includes a brand new Virtual Base Stations (VBS) feature. The VBS consists in computing a virtual network around your project in which position accuracy is maximized, homogeneous, and robust as for PPK short baseline. Surveyors can collect data far from base stations or over large areas, making it ideal for corridor mapping.

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The Smartest Mobile Mapping System

VIAMETRIS has just launched a new solution: the vMS3D, a mobile mapping system combining the best of inertial, GNSS, and SLAM technologies to offer an innovative solution with attractive performance/ price ratio.
vMS3D, mounted on a vehicle

The Best of GNSS, Inertial, and SLAM

The vMS3D solution takes into account the advantages and disadvantages of each technology, depending on their conditions of use:
  • GNSS: When the GNSS receiver provides reliable data, for instance in open sky environment, the solution relies on its position. If a GNSS outage or disturbance occurs, the system chooses between inertial or SLAM-based data
  • SLAM: Position computed from SLAM is preferred in dense environments where surrounding objects are very diverse and close, such as in urban canyons or forests. SLAM capabilities are limited in environments where objects are too far or not distinguishable.
  • Inertial: Velocities and orientation information provided by the Inertial Navigation System (INS) are able to assist the navigation in all the cases where GNSS and SLAM are limited. The Inertial Navigation System provides roll and pitch to constraint all LiDAR data, so the point cloud is referenced at ground level. Turn rates are also very helpful, especially when an abrupt change of direction occurs. Indeed, orientation compensation is required between two scans when the LiDAR is in motion.

Ellipse-D, The Smart Choice of VIAMETRIS

The innovative SLAM computation allows VIAMETRIS to rely on miniature and cost-effective inertial sensors while other systems on the market require higher accuracy inertial systems. Ellipse sensors deliver 0.1° accurate attitude.

With an integrated INS like the Ellipse-D, offering a single communication interface and built-in synchronization to the GNSS and LiDAR, we have been able to concentrate on our SLAM expertise

Jérôme Ninot, VIAMETRIS