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NEW GQ7 GNSS/INS

Tactical Grade Dual Antenna, Multi-Band, RTK, Industrial Package

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Robot Operating System

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M-Series Sensors

Industrial Tilt & Angular Rate inertial Sensor, IP68/69K Package

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G-Link-200-R

Rugged Wireless Accelerometer, 3-Axis, ASTM F2137 Compliant

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G-Series Sensors

High Performance GNSS Navigation Inertial Sensors, General Package

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C-Series Sensors

Inertial sensors designed for performance, reliability and flexibility

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SG-Link 200

Rugged, Weatherproof, 3 channel wireless strain gauge sensor node flexibility

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Why MicroStrain™ Sensing?

MicroStrain is committed to quality, innovation, and outstanding customer service throughout the company. We are recipients of the prestigious National Tibbetts Award for exemplary achievement in the Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) program, and our sensing solutions have earned multiple accolades, including several Best of Sensors Expo awards.

Our entire product line is backed by our award-winning sales and support team, and it is AS9100C and ISO 9001-compliant. Using a combination of in-house assembly and components supplied by certified manufacturers, we offer quality products while maintaining cost efficiencies. Each sensor is tested and calibrated before shipment for quality assurance and reliability.

WHAT DO YOU WANT TO MEASURE?

Design your own sensing system based on these measurement PARAMETERS.

Latest blog posts

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02.21.2020

Unmanned vehicles (UAV, UAS, UGV, AUV, USV) often operate in demanding environments that require precise and reliable sensory feedback in order to perform navigation, positioning, aiming, and...

The Drive for Reliable Data: Using Real-World Inputs to Test MicroStrain Inertial Sensors

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Send in the Drones – 3 Types of Sensors Used in Drones

01.23.2020

The Ubiquity of Drone
The drone market will grow to $43 billion by 2024, up from $14 billion in 2018. This is due to the increase of applications to which drones are now being applied to. Some...

Sensors Improving Robot Precision for Better Performance in Dynamic Environments

12.16.2019

Robots are being used to venture into territories humans can’t or shouldn’t. Our MicroStrain inertial and displacement sensors provide extremely accurate feedback to robotic platforms in harsh...