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High precision MEMS inertial sensors and systems

Silicon Sensing ist spezialisiert auf die Entwicklung und Herstellung von präzisen, zuverlässigen und bezahlbaren MEMS-Gyroskope, Beschleunigungsmesser und Trägheitssystemen . Gegründet im Jahr 1999, aber mit einem Erbe in Gyroskop-Technologie 100 Jahre, hat Silicon Sensing über 20 Millionen MEMS Inertial-Sensoren für alle gewerblichen und industriellen Märkte geliefert.

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  • 09 February 2017
    DMU11 in Precision Agriculture

    DMU11, the latest miniature IMU from Silicon Sensing, is now in full production and has been selected by Agrifac Machinery BV for use in their latest crop sprayer.

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  • 02 November 2016
    Mayflower Autonomous Ship Project

    We have pledged support to the MAS400, which will cross the Atlantic in 2020, including provision of our DMU30 high performance IMU for navigation aiding.

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  • 20 June 2016
    Our latest miniature IMU

    We're pleased to announce the launch of DMU11, the latest in our portfolio of silicon MEMS IMUs, designed for high volume embedded applications.

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No, PinPoint® uses piezoelectric transducers and therefore is not sensitive magnetic fields and does not produce a magnetic field.

Due to the very low current used by PinPoint®, interference through the power supply is very unlikely. However, we do recommend using “star points” and good tracking policies to give optimal isolation.

No, the transducers within PinPoint® are not sensitive to magnetic fields.          

We do specify sensitivity to gravity and linear acceleration, but because PinPoint® uses a balanced ring as the vibrating structure, it is very resilient to gravity, linear acceleration and vibration.

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& WHO WE ARE

Silicon Sensing Systems Ltd is one half of a joint venture based in Plymouth, in the South West of England, UK. It is a gyroscope and inertial systems engineering development company.

Jointly owned by UTC Aerospace Systems, who are based on the same site in Plymouth, and Sumitomo Precision Products, the company was formed in 1999. The two companies each bring an equal strength to the joint venture.

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