At Sensors Expo 2015 in Long Beach, CA, Ariel Cao, director of business development for tronics microsystems discusses the company’s high performance MEMS gyroscope that achieves 1 degree per hour measurements. For more information, click here.
In Freescale’s Internet of Tomorrow traveling exhibit at the International Microwave Symposium (IMS) 2015, held May 17-21 in Phoenix, AZ, Ray Montoya, a technical sales engineer at Freescale Semiconductor, explains the company’s newest 9 degree of freedom (DOF) sensing technology, computing and sensor fusion software in a sensor fusion toolbox (development platform). For more information, […]
Automotive applications are well known for their stringent quality requirements. At the same time, MEMS gyroscopes have been touted as solutions to and suitable for automotive application requirements for many. So I was quite surprised to read that STMicroelectronics was the first supplier to qualify its A3G4250D Automotive 3-Axis MEMS Gyroscope to meet the automotive […]
At the MEMS Industry Group Executive Congress US 2014 in Scottsdale, Arizona, Edgar Masri, CEO and president of Qualtré discusses the company’s newest single-axis bulk acoustic wave (BAW) gyroscope. Industrial and automotive engineers are attracted to the technology because of its shock and vibration immunity. To watch the video, click here. For more information about QGYR110Hx […]
At the MEMS Industry Group Executive Congress US 2014 in Scottsdale, Arizona, Anthony Gonzales, executive Director of Force Impact Technologies explains the FITGuard cranial impact sensing system for young athletes. To watch the video, click here. For more information about the FITGuard including its Indiegogo funding status, click here.
At CTIA’s Super Mobility Week, Greg Friesmuth, CEO and founder of Skyworks Aerial Systems explains the sensors used in his company’s surveillance drones including accelerometers, gyroscopes and magnetometers that establish orientation and camera sensors. To watch the video, click here. For more information about Skyworks Aerial Systems, click here.
At Sensors Expo 2014, Marcellino Gemelli, director of Marketing and Business Development at Bosch Sensortec discusses the company’s BMI160, the smallest, lowest power inertial measurement unit (IMU) that uses an accelerometer and gyroscope for wearable applications. To watch the video, click here. For more information about the BMI160, click here.
At Sensors Expo 2014, Mike Stanley from Freescale Semiconductor explains the company’s Xtrinsic Sensor Fusion demo. Software developed and improved over the last three years used with the company’s sensors allows accurate motion detection in handheld applications. To watch the video, click here. For more information about Freescale Semiconductor’s Xtrinsic Sensor Fusion, click here.
At Sensors Expo 2014, Edgar Masri, president and CEO of Qualtre demonstrates the benefits of bulk acoustic wave (BAW) technology used in gyroscopes versus an alternate approach. The microelectromechanical system (MEMS) gyroscopes target industrial applications. To watch the video, click here. For more information about QGYR330Hx gyroscopes, click here.
With its new 3DM-GX4 family of Inertial Sensors, LORD MicroStrain provides designers three options for industrial inertial measurements. Featuring a best-in-class 10°/hour gyro bias stability, the family integrates several additional system components. In addition toa triaxial accelerometer, triaxial gyro and triaxial magnetometer (except the 3DM-GX4-15), the sensors include temperature sensors and pressure altimeter as well […]