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InnaLabs® to present paper at ISS Symposium Karlsruhe

Aug 4, 2015 8:54:00 AM

InnaLabs® is delighted to announce that InnaLabs® Chief Technical Officer Mr.Jose Beitia will deliver a paper 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.

At this symposium, the latest state of inertial sensors and navigation systems, as well as gyro technology, will be presented. This includes applications of this technology, the development of new systems, components and test procedures as well as investigations on cost and marketing aspects.

Mr Beitia’s paper will focus on InnaLabs® recently completed development of a range of specialist precision Quartz Pendulous Accelerometers which are today used in a variety of navigation and tactical applications.

After a brief description of the basic physical principles and an overview of the key manufacturing processes developed by InnaLabs®, such as the quartz wet etching, this paper provides statistical results recorded on the AI-Q-2010AI-Q-1410 and AI-Q-710 accelerometer variants.

The results presented will demonstrate the capabilities of the InnaLabs® Quartz Pendulous Accelerometer range. These products provide a European source of high grade accelerometers for applications requiring navigation and tactical grade performance.

For more information and to register for this event please visit the website.




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.