InvenSense Presents Technology Breakthroughs

SUNNYVALE, CA /BUSINESS WIRE/ -- InvenSense Inc., the leading provider of MotionTracking devices, announced that it will be showcasing its latest technology breakthroughs at the Sensors Expo & Conference at the Donald E. Stephens Convention Center in Rosemont, IL, on June 6–7, 2012, in booth 601. Of particular significance is the MPU-3300, the "world's first single-chip, high performance integrated 3-axis industrial gyroscope for the industrial market." The company is also profiling its 10-axis wearable sensor technology for health and fitness monitoring. In addition, it is showing MEMS developers how they can manufacture silicon on the newly announced NF-Shuttle. The company's Vice President of Engineering and New Product Development, Stephen Lloyd, is also delivering a compelling presentation, "An Integrated 6-Axis MotionProcessor" on the first day of the conference, June 6, from 2:40 pm to 3:20 pm.

About InvenSense
InvenSense Inc. is the leading provider of MotionTracking solutions for consumer electronic devices in the world. The company's patented Nasiri-Fabrication platform and patent-pending MotionFusion technology address the emerging needs of many mass-market consumer applications, such as improved performance, accuracy, and intuitive motion- and gesture-based interfaces. InvenSense technology can be found in consumer electronic markets, including smartphones, tablets, gaming devices, optical image stabilization, and remote controls for smart TVs. InvenSense is headquartered in Sunnyvale, CA, and has offices in China, Taiwan, Korea, Japan, and Dubai.

InvenSense, MotionTracking, MotionProcessing, MotionProcessor, MotionFusion, MotionApps, DMP, and the InvenSense logo are trademarks of InvenSense Inc. Other company and product names may be trademarks of the respective companies with which they are associated.

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