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InnaLabs® at Saint Petersburg International Conference

May 22, 2017 6:52:00 PM

Event Name: Saint Petersburg International Conference on Integrated Navigation Systems

Date: 29th -31st May 2017 

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InnaLabs® to present a paper titled “Miniature Accelerometer for High-Dynamic, Precision Guided Systems” at Saint Petersburg International Conference on Integrated Navigation Systems. 29-31 May 2017, Elektropribor, CSRI, Saint Petersburg, Russia.

This annual conference has become a traditional event for scientists and engineers from all over the world involved in navigation and motion control to share the results of their investigations and discuss prospects for the future.

Conference Topics

  • Inertial Sensors, Navigation and Orientation Systems
  • MEMS Sensors and MEMS-based systems
  • Global Navigation Satellite Systems
  • Alternative Navigation Systems and Sensors
  • Guidance and Control Systems and their Components
  • Integrated Navigation and Motion Control Systems

Each topic covers the following aspects:

  • design features
  • methods and algorithms
  • application-specific features (aerospace, marine, surface, underground)
  • testing and metrology

To find out more about how InnaLabs® Coriolis Vibratory Gyroscopes and Quartz Servo Accelerometers can help you meet the challenges of your next program contact us to arrange a meeting with our inertial sensor experts.


About InnaLabs®

InnaLabs®, is a world leader in inertial sensor technology for GEO, LEO, MEO and Scientific Missions. As Europes No.1 market leader in Navigation Accelerometers, combined with our disruptive CVG Gyroscope technology,  we are proud to be an innovative solution provider for space, aerospace, land and maritime markets. InnaLabs®, are in full control of the product lifecycle, which allows us to create affordable, high performing inertial systems when cost, accuracy, robustness and lead-time are paramount. The research, development, and manufacturing operations are all conducted in Dublin, Ireland, with several more offices operating around the world.