Only when sensor data carries an accurate timestamp can it enable optimal performance in multi-sensor fusion systems. A free webinar on August 31 explains how an inertial measurement unit (IMU) assembles and delivers precise timing information, typically at a much higher rate than the co-integrated GNSS receiver. Attendees will learn how correct synchronization of this data across the system is critical to performance in the application, particularly in high-dynamic conditions, challenging environments and autonomy.
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由外貿協會主辦之2021年「台北國際航太暨國防工業展」（TADTE）與「台灣國際無人系統展」(DRONE TAIWAN)，原訂今(110)年9月16日至18日在台北南港展覽館1館同期展出，並推出首屆線上展採實虛併進方式進行。惟考量國內外疫情狀況，為顧及參展廠商、參觀者及展覽相關服務業者的健康安全，並配合中央政府防疫措施，外貿協會經審慎評估後，決定停辦今年TADTE及DRONE TAIWAN的實體與線上展覽。
Netzer Precision Position Sensors is pleased to introduce the VLP (Very Low Profile) line of absolute position rotary encoders for harsh environments.
Designed for exposure to the extreme conditions that are prevalent in the Aerospace and Harsh Environment industries, the VLP-60 and VLP-100 encoders provide unparalleled performance while offering high levels of immunity to shocks, vibration, humidity, and extreme temperatures, and can withstand high levels of EMI and RFI interference.
Sensonor launches the hermetically sealed, high-accuracy, tactical-grade STIM277H Gyro module and STIM377H Inertial Measurement Unit. Based on experiences and requirements from serving customers in the space segment during the last decade.
Kollmorgen's initial success was built on periscopes, particularly for submarines. Dr. Friedrich Kollmorgen had his inventions patented in 1911 and eventually founded the Kollmorgen Optical Corp. in New York in 1916.
100 years of Kollmorgen – this centenary has come about thanks to ingenuity and an entrepreneurial spirit, paired with a systematic overview that even in the early years extended beyond the company's own products.
Systems and overall solutions defined the company's development at that time, which was reflected in mergers with other visionaries of the period. In particular, these include Norman Macbeth as chairman of Macbeth Daylighting Company, Hugo Unruh as the founder of Inland Motor, and Robert Swiggett, circuit board inventor at Photocircuits. Kollmorgen gradually evolved into a manufacturer of servo drive technology and motion control products. The company founded by Dr. Friedrich Kollmorgen is regarded, among other things, as a pioneer in the development of engines with permanent magnets. Kollmorgen fitted out the Mars Rover and the ISS, for example; as well as the robot that Dr. Robert Ballard used to capture spectacular images of the Titanic in 1986.
Today the company comes under the umbrella of Fortive, which has 1,500 employees worldwide. The European market is supplied from Ratingen. "It's a real honor and privilege to work for a company that is 100 years old. Very few organizations are able to spend over a century developing innovative solutions," says Kollmorgen CEO Dan St. Martin. "Our success is built on the dedication of all our employees, who every day continue to put all their effort into trend-setting innovations, in every corner of the world."