Freescale announces Windows 8 sensor fusion

By Michael Stanley Originally posted on Freescale’s The Embedded Beat Blog In my last post (“Degrees of freedom vs. axes”) we discussed some basic terminology for sensor fusion. This time around, we get to put that lesson into practice as we examine Freescale’s recent technology announcement of a full featured reference platform for Windows®8 sensor […]

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MEMS was a Shining Star at Sensors Expo

Several MIG members gave presentations, participated as exhibitors or just walked the show floor at this year’s Sensors Expo in Rosemont, IL on June 6 and 7. According to the press release  published by the show organizer, Sensors Expo & Conference delivered the most comprehensive sensors education program and largest showcase of sensors and sensing […]

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Healthcare Applications Based on MEMS Technology

Contributed by Xsens Pietro Garofalo, Business Developer in Healthcare Applications at Xsens has recently published an article entirely dedicated to the application of MEMS technology in the Healthcare Market. Pietro explains the logic behind it: “The core business of Xsens is directly linked with our capability of introducing MEMS technology in the market with different […]

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Slideshow: MEMS in the midnight sun

Original post by Peter Clarke, EE Times Recently I was fortunate enough to be invited on a tour of the vibrant MEMS cluster that exists in the hinterland immediately north of Helsinki, Finland. I arrived at Helsinki airport on the evening flight from London at 11pm and it was still a relatively bright twilight. Next […]

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