InnaLabs® is delighted to showcase our inertial sensor portfolio at IEEE Inertial Sensors 2017. Our Chief Technical Officer Mr. Jose Beitia will be onsite to discuss his paper on developing a “Miniature Accelerometer for High-Dynamic, Precision Guided Systems”
Choosing the right gyroscope to achieve higher accuracy and reliability for stabilisation, tracking and pointing applications
InnaLabs® R&D Director Dr. Chris Fell will present on Innovation at InnaLabs during the IRDG Annual Conference 2016, taking place on Thursday 27th October, in Dublin, Ireland.
InnaLabs is delighted to attend the Electronics Valley 8th Aviation and Avionics Systems Seminar & B2B Meetings. The seminar and meetings will take place in Crowne Plaza Hotel, Ankara, Turkey from 25 -26 October 2016
Dr. Jan Woerner, Director General of the European Space Agency (ESA) visited Innalabs® in Dublin as part of a tour of member states. InnaLabs® are working closely with Enterprise Ireland, ESA and European and North American prime contractors in the development of Gyroscopes for Space applications. Gyroscopes are used in Attitude and Orbital Control Systems (AOCS) to estimate satellite attitude and pointing by accurately measuring angular rates.
InnaLabs would like to invite you to visit our stand at Eurosatory 2016, the Land Security and Defence International Exhibition which will be held on 13 – 17 June, 2016 in Paris. Eurosatory presents a great opportunity for us to connect with our customers and we are very excited to showcase our new series accelerometers and gyroscopes at the show. We look forward to seeing you at our stand at: N°: HALL 5 - HG731
Don't miss us in New Orleans at XPONENTIAL 2016, Booth: 1177, 2-5 May 2016
InnaLabs is delighted to exhibit at IEEE/ION PLANS 2016, Savannah, Georgia. From April 11-14, 2016. Visit with Kevin Coleman our USA Sales Director at booth 109 to find out how our inertial sensors can help you meet the challenges of your next project.
InnaLabs is delighted to present our inertial sensors at the next Starburst Accelerator in Los Angeles California.
Meet InnaLabs Chief Technical Officer Mr. Jose Beitia and USA Sales Director Mr. Kevin Coleman at IEEE Inertial Sensors 2016. This exclusive International Symposium on Inertial Sensors and Systems is organised for the second time in the boutique oceanfront Surf & Sand Resort in Laguna Beach, California, USA.
Join InnaLabs® at the Israel Navigation Systems and Applications Workshop and Exhibition, held February 1, Daniel Hotel, Herzlia, Israel. Visit our stand to discover how our next generation inertial sensors can help you meet the design challenges of your next program. The Israel Navigation Systems and Applications Workshop and Exhibition is a biennial event organized and sponsored by the Israel Association for Automatic Control (IAAC) to serve the wide audience of people in Israel interested in the navigation science and art. The one-day workshop is dedicated to technical talks that range from fundamental research, to applications, to field test results.
When choosing or using a gyroscope focused on fulfilling the operational requirements of inertial systems seeking tactical grade performance, specifications such as low output noise, low bias error, large bandwidth, linearity, accuracy, small size, low weight, robustness and high reliability should be considered by sensor designers, system integrators and OEMs.
InnaLabs is delighted to annouce our participation at Aerospace & Defense Meetings Torino 2015. The event presents a great opportunity for us to connect with our Italian aerospace and defense customers and the InnaLabs® Sales Team will be onsite to meet with you to discuss how InnaLabs® inertial sensors can help meet the challenges of your program.
InnaLabs proud to welcome NASA delegation as part of Enterprise Ireland’s first Space & Satellite Co →
InnaLabs® was delighted to welcome a delegation from the Space & Satellite Conference to our headquarters last week.The key message from the delegation was with the space and satellite industry expanding rapidly and becoming more commercially focused there is an increasing need to be more flexible with innovative solutions that can be delivered to the market quickly.
Today, at the Inertial Sensors and Systems Symposium Gyro Technology Conference at Karlsruhe, Germany, Mr Jose Beitia, Chief Technical Officer at InnaLabs® Ltd announced the release of new navigation grade performance Accelerometers to the InnaLabs® product portfolio.
DSEI brings together the entire defence and security industry to source the latest equipment and systems, develop international relationships, and generate new business opportunities.DSEI 2015 presents a great opportunity for us to connect with our international defence and security customers and the InnaLabs® Sales Team will be onsite to meet with you to discuss how InnaLabs® inertial sensors can help meet the challenges of your program.
InnaLabs® to present paper on on Quartz Pendulous Accelerometers for Navigation and Tactical Grade Systems at the prestigious 2015 DGON Inertial Sensors and Systems (ISS) Symposium Gyro Technology which will be held in Karlsruhe, Germany at September 22-23, 2015.
InnaLabs® Ltd today introduced the newest additions to its series of Quartz Servo Accelerometers. Built in Europe, ITAR-Free and offering improved long term stability, the AI-Q-2010, AI-Q-1410 and AI-Q-710 are the latest addition to InnaLabs’ quality line of high performance accelerometers targeted for navigation, tactical, control and measurement applications in the Aerospace, Defence, Industrial, Transport and Civil Engineering markets
InnaLabs certified ISO 9001:2008 for design and manufacture of precision electromechanical sensors →
InnaLabs is proud to confirm that our products have achieved ISO 9001 certification for the design and manufacture of precision electromechanical sensors. This certification demonstrates InnaLabs ongoing commitment to providing our customers with the highest quality products and exceptional customer support.
InnaLabs will host a workshop on “Inertial Sensors for Tactical and Navigation grade applications” at the 7th Aviation and Avionics Systems Seminar in Ankara, Turkey on the 26th of November 2014. The workshop hosted by Dr. Alberto Torasso will be focused on the role of high performance inertial sensors in demanding applications such as aerospace systems, land vehicles, satellites, stabilised platforms including electro-optical and radars, precision drilling, as well as high end scientific and industrial applications.
Dublin, Ireland: InnaLabs 2000 series tactical grade (< 10 deg per hour) CVG gyroscopes provide critical performance information across a wide range of applications’. It is designed and rigorously tested to meet the most demanding navigation, stabilisation, and precision pointing needs in extreme environments where shock, vibration, and wide temperature ranges are critical to the success of new and existing platforms.
Dublin, Ireland: InnaLabs Ltd has developed and manufactured a range of high performance Quartz Servo Accelerometers for the navigation, control and measurement markets. The InnaLabs Quartz Servo Accelerometer Series use state of the art quartz servo technology to provide high accuracy, repeatability and stability even in the harshest of environments.