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2007-04-24 In-car GPS features dead-reckoning tech
u-blox AG has introduced its LEA-4R GPS module with built-in dead reckoning technology that will ensure 100 percent road coverage for car navigation systems.
2010-06-10 GPS solution features automotive dead-reckoning
From u-blox comes Automotive Dead Reckoning (ADR), which input from GPS satellites with vehicle sensors to determine position even where GPS signals are blocked or weak.
2003-05-09 u-blox GPS receiver performs accurate navigation
u-blox AG has launched the SBR-LS sensor-based GPS receiver that features a dead reckoning algorithm for accurate navigation.
2007-10-04 Pre-tilted gyro-sensor suits in-dash navigation systems
Epson Toyocom has developed a new pre-tilted gyro-sensor that can be installed in car navigation systems and is designed for dead reckoning, a method used in car navigation to determine position.
2002-02-15 Philips rolls out fully integrated telematics processor
Claimed to be the market's first fully integrated telematics processor, the SAF3100 combines a main microcontroller with a 12-channel GPS baseband and dual 14-bit ADC that enables connection to a gyroscope for dead-reckoning.
2007-06-18 MEMS device ups motion, navigation control
ADI's ADIS16355 inertial measurement unit allows industrial designers for the first time to equip their systems with sophisticated motion analysis and navigational dead reckoning functions.
2008-09-25 Will pedestrian navigation take off?
After conquering the automotive market by storm, makers of portable navigation devices (PNDs) now are targeting the walking people of the world, offering systems designed specifically to meet the needs of pedestrians.
2010-01-04 What's the next big application?
Here's a list of the 10 technology applications to watch for in 2010, examining examine the features that make them so compelling as well unresolved issues that might keep them from breaking out.
2015-10-12 What you need to know about sensor fusion
Here is a look at the general concept of sensor fusion, the historical perspective, and two detailed casesinertial sensor fusion and image fusion.
2004-04-30 Trimble, u-Nav Microelectronics to develop GPS chipsets
Trimble and u-Nav Microelectronics Corp. have forged an alliance to jointly develop and market integrated GPS chipsets and software solutions.
2004-12-16 Timing synchronization for 3G wireless
GPS forms the foundation of a reliable clock distribution in wireless networks.
2009-11-04 Three-axis gyro chip packs MEMS resonators
InvenSense has developed a three-axis gyroscope chip that combines separate MEMS resonators for motion tracking, offering a cheaper alternative for game controllers and remote control devices.
2011-03-29 STMicroelectronics engine expands motion sensing in CE
STMicroelectronics' iNEMO filtering and predictive software engine integrates the output from a 3-axis accelerometer, 3-axis gyroscope and 3-axis magnetometer to deliver accurate and reliable sensor performance as required by motion-based apps in smart consumer devices.
2013-09-25 ST fuses Movea motion processing firmware to MCU
The integration of SmartMotion into STM32F401 will enable to developers to create context-aware applications that use multiple sensor inputs while lessening the burden on the main applications processor.
2012-03-28 ST expands iNemo with 9-axis inertial sensor
The sensor module claims to enable advanced movement and location-sensitive apps, location-based services and indoor navigation on portable devices.
2014-11-13 ST delivers dust-free, water-resistant pressure sensor
At 0.76mm thin, the new pressure sensor is the only one in a fully moulded package, enabling higher-accuracy measurements.
2014-04-08 SPI forays into open source development
SPI is unlocking its sensor platform, enabling disparate sensors and microprocessors from different manufacturers to work together on complex tasks.
2005-11-15 Software libraries for ST's STA2051 controller now available
STMicroelectronics introduced new software libraries for its STA2051 32-bit SoC GPS baseband controller.
2007-06-15 Slim accelerometer eyes consumer sensor designs
By slimming down the MEMS chip to just 0.8mm and adding smart recognition functions, Freescale hopes its slim accelerometer wins design slots in a range of consumer gear.
2007-11-16 Sensors toughen up for industrial use
While there has been a lot of discussion recently about the CMOS and charge-coupled device image sensors used in mobile devices, there's a plethora of sensor types used in other applications including HVAC, motion control, hydraulic systems and robotics.
2014-10-27 Sensor hub enables energy-efficient smartphones, wearables
While the main processor is not working, the Sensor Hub with its "Always on" function constantly receives signals from the sensor and buffer them.
2014-09-05 Sensor hub cuts power usage in smartphones, wearables
The ArcticLink 3 S2 from QuickLogic features the second-generation flexible fusion engine that claims to be four times faster than previous generation, allowing it to process more algorithms faster.
2015-08-03 QuickLogic sensor hub slashes power use of app processors
The Eos S3 SoC packs a half-dozen hardware accelerators to target wearables, and promises to significantly off-load the app processor of any smartphone using the device.
2014-03-17 Nokia to scrap sensors for indoor navigation?
Indoor navigation spurred a number of MEMS developments in smartphones, and while the application has yet to undergo a major improvement, most smartphone users see it as impractical.
2008-11-18 Nokia presents glimpse of next smart phones
In 2004, Nokia developed a concept design for a smart phone dominated by a touchscreen, which looks now uncannily like Apple's iPhone.
2011-11-04 Navigation platforms geared for mobile, car infotainment
CSR's SiRFstarV architecture gathers real-time information from GPS, Galileo, Glonass and Compass satellites and multiple radio systems.
2011-09-09 Multisensor device packs precision, stability
Global semiconductor manufacturer STMicroelectronics has launched an advanced motion sensing device packing, the iNEMO 6DoF, in 20mm3v with a high-degree of sensing precision and stability.
2009-07-03 Merger to bring new era of connectivity, location
CSR plc and SiRF Technology Holdings Inc. have completed the merger between SiRF and a wholly owned subsidiary of CSR, creating a pure play provider of connectivity and location platforms.
2013-11-12 MEMS sensor supports six degrees of freedom
The SMI130 from Bosch is designed for non-safety-critical applications in the automotive industry, including in-dash navigation and telematics systems such as toll, eCall and alarm systems.
2011-05-13 MEMS sensor offers 10 degrees of freedom
STMicroelectronics unveils a hardware solution for advanced sensing applications with 10 degrees of freedom (DoF).
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