Willow Technologies to Demonstrate MEMSIC’s Advanced Inertial Measurement Solutions at SENSOR+TEST 2015

Nurnberg, Germany – Willow Technologies Limited, a global distributor and supplier of diverse sensing components and systems, will demonstrate the latest family of advanced inertial measurement systems from MEMSIC, Inc., at the SENSOR+TEST 2015 conference, May 19-21, in Nurnberg, Germany.

MEMSIC provides leading-edge, highly accurate and integrated inertial measurement systems used in a wide range of applications including unmanned vehicle control, platform stabilization, robotics, precision farming and many other applications. Its broad portfolio of products include Inertial Navigation Systems, Vertical Gyros, Tilt Sensors, Accelerometers, Magnetometers and more.

At SENSOR+TEST 2015 Willow Technologies and MEMSIC will demonstrate the latest AHRS380, 9-DOF Attitude and Heading Reference System. The AHRS380 integrates 6-DOF inertial sensors and 3-axis magnetic sensors with Extended Kalman filtering in a miniature factory calibrated module to provide consistent performance over a wide range of extreme operating conditions.

“We are excited to offer the MEMSIC AHRS380 to our customers”, said Martin Pearce, Marketing Director at Willow Technologies. “Together, we offer next-generation MEMS sensing technology with a unique and flexible system architecture to achieve unmatched performance in demanding as well as cost sensitive applications”.

“The AHRS380 is available in both module as well ruggedized enclosure through Willow immediately” said Masoud Beheshti, VP and General Manager of MEMSIC Systems Business Unit. “Additionally Willow Technologies provides exceptional technical and commercial support to our users across their European territories”

Willow Technologies is located in Hall 12, Stand Number 200. Engineers from both Willow and MEMSIC will be on-hand during the exhibition for meetings and to answer any questions about their products and services.

For more details, visit:
http://www.memsic.com
http://www.willow.co.uk

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