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Geonyx™ M - Inertial navigation system for amphibious vehicles and speed boats

Geonyx™ M - The 1st French amphibious inertial navigation system for marine commandos

Geonyx™ M

Safran Electronics & Defense

Size 205 x 147 x 162 mm

Weight 6.4 kg

Consumption < 17W

Geonyx M is designed for speed boat, landing craft and amphibious vehicles. It offers two types of applications under extreme conditions and/or in a full GNSS denied environments: navigation and pointing.

Geonyx™ M

Safran Electronics & Defense

Size 205 x 147 x 162 mm

Weight 6.4 kg

Consumption < 17W

Geonyx™ M is completely insensitive to its environment, which enables it to operate in extreme conditions.

Versatile, compact and modular, Geonyx™ M has been designed to be integrated directly into the pilot console and to interface with system software.

As a stand-alone system Geonyx™ M does not need any external sensors to navigate.

1,000,000 h
HRG Crystal™ reliability
Geonyx™ M - The 1st French amphibious inertial navigation system for marine commandos

Operational efficiency

Easily integrated into any type of vehicle or ship, including amphibious as primary AHRS/INS system, Geonyx M is specifically designed to withstand stringent environmental conditions such as vibrations, shocks, climate and radio-environment. Thanks to the embedded HRG Crystal, Geonyx M is the most reliable INS on the market.

Hemispherical Resonator Gyroscope (HRG) base

Versatility and reliability

To guarantee this unique versatility, the best of its generation, Geonyx M builds upon the advantages of technologies and feedback from other Safran Electronics & Defense product ranges: Geonyx (land vehicles), Argonyx (surface vessels) and Black-Onyx (submarines). This legacy enables a true breakthrough in terms of performance, reliability, precision and robustness.

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