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LORD Corporation, MicroStrain Sensing Systems Named One Of The 2013 Best Places To Work In Vermont
LORD Corporation, MicroStrain Sensing Systems has been named as one of the 2013 Best Places to Work in Vermont. This statewide survey and awards program is designed to identify, recognize and honor the best places of employment in Vermont, benefiting the state's economy, its workforce and businesses. Twenty-one companies were recognized on the 2013 Best Places to Work in Vermont list.
MicroStrain and the Emergent Media Center take home Tech Jam Awards
MicroStrain, a LORD Company, takes home the Innovation Award from the first annual Vermont Tech Jam Awards held on October 26, 2012. The award recognizes MicroStrain’s new wireless
10th annual 5x5x5 Growth Awards ceremony held September 17, 2012
MicroStrain, a LORD Company, honored at the 10th annual 5x5x5 Growth Awards Ceremony as a fast-growing technology company. The awards ceremony and reception presented by Vermont Business Magazine and KeyBank was held Monday, September 17th, at the Double Tree Hotel in South Burlington. John Boutin, Publisher, Vermont Business Magazine, Scott Carpenter, President, KeyBank Vermont and Lawrence Miller, Secretary of Commerce and Community Development were on hand to present the awards.
Nine New England companies take part in air trade show
MicroStrain is one of the nine New England companies that participated in the Farnborough International Air Show in England, considered by many as "the world's most iconic global aviation event."
Inertial Measurement Unit and Vertical Gyro from MicroStrain
MicroStrain’s newest in the family of inertial sensors – the 3DM-GX3®-15 Inertial Measurement Unit and Vertical Gyro – offers users who do not need magnetometers a lower cost, lower power option to the popular 3DM-GX3-25, yet still maintains the same high quality inertial performance.
Johns Hopkins University uses MicroStrain's 3DM-GX3-25 in Underwater Robotic Vehicle
The Johns Hopkins University Remotely Operated underwater robotic Vehicle (JHUROV) is an uninhabited, tethered research testbed underwater robot, and uses MicroStrain's 3DM-GX3-25 for roll, pitch, & heading measurements, and angular body velocities.
THE 2012 "BEST OF SENSORS EXPO" AWARD WINNERS ANNOUNCED
MicroStrain wins Silver Award at "Best of Sensors Expo" for LXRS Lossless Extended-Range Synchronized Wireless Sensor networks
MicroStrain Releases LXRS Wireless Sensor Network
MicroStrain’s users have previously enjoyed a typical RF packet success rate of 99%. But now, with MicroStrain’s new LXRS™ “lossless” protocols, wireless sensor networks can deliver 100% reliable data throughput under most operating conditions.
MicroStrain wins Air Force contract for wireless landing gear load sensors
The US Air Force has awarded MicroStrain, Inc. a Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) Phase I contract for $149,000 to demonstrate an integrated wireless load measurement system for improved structural health monitoring of aircraft landing gear. The system will enable aircraft operators to more accurately measure static and dynamic loads for more effective tracking of the fatigue life of these critical structures.
Remote-Monitoring Saves the Vines
While it may not be one of the most commonly cited markets for M2M (machine-to-machine), agriculture is a major category for the technology. Most often solutions revolve around crop monitoring, and the results can mean a world of difference for farmers who depend on a healthy crop each season.