High-Performance Accelerometer Application in Navigation, Stabilization, Control and Surveying – Webinar
Home | Events | High-Performance Accelerometer Application in Navigation, Stabilization, Control and Surveying – Webinar
Yole Développement invites you to attend this webinar on focuses on high-performance accelerometers and the burgeoning applications and fast-expanding markets they are opening up.
Beginning with a market survey of MEMS history and technical development, including the latest silicon manufacturing advances, the presenters zero in on the means and the benefits of high-performance inertial systems. A revolutionary new silicon-microelectro-mechanical systems (Si-MEMS) accelerometer is unleashing dramatic market growth over the next five years.
This user-friendly solution combines compactness with high-level performance, opening up a whole new portfolio of accelerometer applications
We take a look inside the manufacturing process to see just how this is accomplished: with a high-sensitivity vibrating beam principle, using differential design for common mode error rejection and custom damping to improve performance under vibration. This suits the end product especially for safety-critical and high-stress environments.
Smart integration of the MEMS accelerometer forms the next step, for manufacturing use cases in precise navigation; in high-shock environments; high bandwidth and low data latency making the product highly suitable for weaponry payloads, infra-red Earth Observation, highly accurate airborne and shipborne gravimeters and highly precise drilled navigation.
The expert panel:
Vivien Lagorge, MEMS Program Manager, Thales, France
Olivier Lefort, MEMS Expert and Product Design Authority, Thales, France
Edgar Hinüber, CEO and Managing Director, iMAR, Germany
Dimitrios Damianos, Technology and Market Analyst – Imaging & MEMS, Yole, France
We want you to experience the full power of i-Micronews.com, and we need your consent to do so
Click “I agree” below to consent to the use of this technology.