Microstrain's groundbreaking micro-sensor solutions offer an unmatched combination of lightweight, low-profile performance ideal in robotics and automation, where weight and space constraints are critical to achieve optimal performance. As robotics and automatic processes become increasingly critical in our everyday lives - whether on the manufacturing floor, in our homes, or in robotic delivery platforms - the need for cost effective, highly accurate, and highly reliable performance becomes paramount.
MicroStrain's feature-rich sensor designs deliver the reliability and accuracy needed to incorporate sophisticated capabilities into autonomous devices and robotic instruments, and offer easy integration with ROS (robot operating system support).
Thiago A. Rodrigues, Jay Patrikar, Bastian Wagner, Sebastian Scherer, Constantine Samaras
Parker LORD sponsors research to model energy consumption for quadcopter package delivery drones
Ian Moore, Field Application Engineer
This report compares the steps necessary to use magnetometer vs dual-antenna as a heading source for a Cessna 150M flown in a repeated flight profile.
A case study of the GQ7 with dual antenna and RTK modem to collect navigation and position data using SensorConnect Software
MicroStrain inertial sensors help Team Explorer, from Carnegie Mellon and Oregon State University win the first 2019 DARPA challenge event. with both aerial and ground robots.
Sensors for Displacement Measuring