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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.

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

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

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Silicon Sensing has recently achieved full certification to JIS Q 9100: 2009, the equivalent aerospace industry sector Quality Assurance Standard to AS9100 and EN9100 in IAQG

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

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

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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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Silicon Sensing has been appointed to the Scientific and Technology Committee for Aerospace Sensors and Testing for AIRTEC.

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Shareholder Representatives meet in Japan to show renewed commitment to Joint Venture.

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MEMS Gyroscope Challenges FOG Technology

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Newly appointed Director at Silicon Sensing Systems Japan; Mr. Ryozo Yagi, received a warm reception during his first visit to Silicon Sensing in Plymouth.

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Silicon Sensing gyroscopes are being used in a system to improve operational conditions in the industrial workplace.

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Spirit System use PinPoint® in new design

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Directors and senior representatives from Silicon Sensing in Japan visited the Plymouth, U.K. site in June.

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2013 marks the centenary of our involvement at the forefront of gyroscope technology and the inertial industry.

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Silicon Sensing is developing a new range of inertial sensors, modules and systems based on an all-new low-drift, sub-0.3°/hr, inductive MEMS gyro sensor head, offering a real low-cost alternative to FOG-based products.

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Plymouth Humanoids robot athletes, helped on their way by Silicon Sensing’s PinPoint® MEMS gyros, picked up a trio of medals at FIRA 2012, a World Cup for robots in Bristol in August.

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After a year of development, and rigorous testing and trials at Segway’s facility in Bedford, New Hampshire (USA), Silicon Sensing’s PinPoint® precision navigation and pointing MEMS gyro has been given a ‘thumbs up’

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Mikado, a leading German manufacturer of RC Model Helicopters is now successfully using MEMS gyro sensors supplied by Silicon Sensing for its VStabi virtual flybar control system products.

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Following its success in China earlier this year Silicon Sensing will be exhibiting once again at this leading electronics industry showcase trade fair in Munich in November.

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United Technologies Corp. recently completed its acquisition of Goodrich Corporation. Goodrich has been combined with Hamilton Sundstrand to create the new UTC Aerospace Systems company.

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The event is known as one of the world’s largest and most important gatherings of engineers and scientists involved in the development and deployment of sensor systems.

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Electronica China has established itself as China and Asia Pacific’s leading exhibition for high end applications and technological innovations.

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As from Friday 18th March, 2011, customers in 23 countries across Europe and the Americas can now order PinPoint® gyro products directly from Silicon Sensing using their website.

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Following the tragic events in Japan, Silicon Sensing can confirm that its manufacturing facility in Amagasaki, Hyogo prefecture, in the south of Japan is unaffected.

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Electronica 2010, the biggest European Electronics exhibition takes place in Munich and Silicon Sensing will be exhibiting with a brand-new eye-catching display stand.

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PinPoint® offer ‘real gyro’ performance to low-budget applications. For full information see our new microsite – www.pinpoint-gyro.com.

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Silicon Sensing has been awarded a Bronze Sensors “Best of Sensors Expo” award in the Sensors category. Silicon Sensing won its award for its CRS09 single axis rate gyro.

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Silicon Sensing Systems Limited has reached a new milestone in the supply of MEMS Yaw Rate Sensors for automotive ESC (Electronic Stability Control).

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The latest edition of Yole Développement’s I-Micronews features an interview with Eric Whitley, Silicon Sensing’s Business Development Executive.

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In a move to bolster sales and customer support to its North American, Silicon Sensing Systems Ltd has opened a dedicated US office located in Cheshire, CT.

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Sales of the CRS03 gyroscope have reached an all time high and this month the 1,000,000th unit rolled off Silicon Sensing Systems’ production line.

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Silicon Sensing has launched a new generation of MEMS (Micro Electro-Mechanical Systems) angular rate sensors to meet the developing requirements of the automotive and other industries.

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Silicon Sensing Systems had another very successful year in 2007, achieving better than expected growth in sales of its MEMS gyro products to key Automotive and Commercial market sectors.

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Silicon Sensing Systems, the world’s leading supplier of angular rate sensors has delivered its ten millionth third generation Vibrating Structure Gyro.

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