products of ADMA family
products of ADMA family

ADMA family GPS/Inertial System Automotive/Railway

Gyro System for Vehicle Dynamics Testing

ADMA stands for:

Automotive Dynamic Motion Analyzer.

This acronym refers to our highly precise Inertial Measurement Unit (IMU) corrected by DGPS (Differential Global Positioning System). The system was developed particularly for Vehicle Dynamics Testing in the automotive sector.
The Genesys ADMA system allows for constant measurement of acceleration, speed and position of moving vehicles in all three dimensional axes. Pitch, roll and course angles can be continuously and precisely measured with ADMA as well as course and side-slip angles as well as angular rates.

This makes GeneSys ADMA system the best choice where challenging measurements with maximum accuracies are required.

The ADMA models differ in performance of the applied inertial sensors. Higher precision sensors are less sensitive to GPS interferences or outages.

All models are available with variable GPS accuracy, ranging from simple L1 receivers with meter accuracy to L1/L2 RTK receivers with centimeter accuracy.

Our gyro systems do not require an export license.

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Data sheet with Technical Data


Compatible with all common steering robots

Measurement of vehicle motion in three axes, even during GPS signal loss

Dynmaic attitude (pitch and roll) and heading determination

Precise acceleration, speed and position due to extended Kalman filter

Precise position data with integrated WAAS/EGNOS-DGPS receiver (< 1 m)

Highly accurate position data with internal RT2 DGPS receiver and DGPS-base station (2 cm)

Robust inertial sensors and strapdown technology without moving parts

Data output rate up to 1000 Hz

Data output via 5 CAN bus interfaces and Ethernet

Configuration via Ethernet

Forwarding of GPS correction data and relative data calculation (e.g. distance) via WLAN in real-time for multi-vehicle operation

GPS synchronized DAQ synchronization signal, high clock frequency

Inputs for the recording of analog signals

Integration of external sensors via CAN bus

Output of GPS raw data via Ethernet interface

Indoor GPS interface

Dual GPS antenna option

Data latency < 1 ms