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EMCORE Talk: Tactical to High-End Navigation-Grade MEMS Accelerometers

Sergey Zotov Chief Scientist at EMCORE will give a talk at the Joint Navigation Conference on 3rd June at 4:45 p.m. at the Northern Kentucky Convention Center By Sarah Simpson / 03 Jun 2024
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Over the last thirty years EMCORE Corporation has established itself as a leader in the development of quartz MEMS-based inertial sensors and IMUs, renowned for their reliability and performance in all environmental conditions.

EMCORE Talk on Tactical to High-End Navigation-Grade MEMS Accelerometers

For the fifth straight year, EMCORE has been invited to discuss its internal research at the Joint Navigation Conference (JNC) on Monday, June 3 at 4:45 p.m., Session E4: Inertial Navigation Technologies 2, Ballroom D at the Northern Kentucky Convention Center.

This invitation further demonstrates the clear advantages of quartz in navigation-grade accelerometer design and fabrication compared to other base minerals.

Join EMCORE at the JNC to hear Sergey Zotov give a talk on “Unveiling the Nuances: A Detailed Journey from Tactical to High-End Navigation-Grade MEMS Accelerometers at EMCORE” and learn how EMCORE’s advancements in crystal quartz MEMS accelerometers are shaping the future of navigation technology.

At JNC, EMCORE will showcase its comprehensive navigation & inertial sensing product line and be meeting with customers in booth #315, June 4-5.

Highlights will include:

“We are continually demonstrating that our products provide progressively higher performance with lower CSWaP than competing alternatives and are looking forward to presenting our latest product solutions at JNC this year,” said Matthew Vargas, Interim CEO for EMCORE.

We welcome a deeper engagement with technical teams around the world to explore how our current and developing products can quickly advance guidance, navigation, and control solutions.”

This year’s discussion will focus on EMCORE’s solution to reduce accelerometer noise (VRW) level to 0.1 µg/√Hz and achieve high-end navigation-grade performance over dynamic temperature conditions.

In addition to the methods EMCORE has undertaken to achieve high-end navigation-grade performance, the presentation will also include examples of residual impairments to accelerometers that were initially hidden under the original noise floor and the techniques that EMCORE has adopted to overcome them.

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