Silicon Sensing welcomes Ian Lavers to their Plymouth team.

19/01/2015 As we are developing a new range of precision MEMS IMU products there is a growing need for capability in software engineering, and Ian is the latest addition to the team.

Japan 400

26/09/2014 Silicon Sensing Systems recently took part in the Japan400 Plymouth celebrations, commemorating the 400th Anniversary of the arrival in Plymouth of the first English trading vessel to return from Japan.

DMU10 will be sampling soon

14/05/2014 Silicon Sensing Systems has been developing its latest 6 degree of freedom Dynamic Measurement Unit, the DMU10 and it will be sampling soon.

A ‘Hard Man’ to Replace!

06/05/2014 Silicon Sensing would like to thank Geoff Hardman for his many years of outstanding service as Chief Engineer.

JIS Q 9100: 2009

06/04/2014 Silicon Sensing has recently achieved full certification to JIS Q 9100: 2009.

Oceanology International 2014

17/03/2014 Staff from Silicon Sensing’s UK office were extremely busy recently at Oi2014 (Oceanology International) in London’s ExCel conference centre.

Humanoids visit Silicon Sensing

16/12/2013 ‘Eva’, Flux’ and ‘Mustachio’ , the University of Plymouth Humanoids, came to the site at Plymouth to show off their football prowess to Silicon Sensing.

New CRS39 finds North

11/12/2013 Silicon Sensing Systems is developing a single axis MEMS gyroscope that has the ability to find North with an accuracy previously only achievable by Fibre-Optic Gyroscopes (FOGs) and Ring Laser Gyroscopes (RLGs).



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