gyrometer

gyrometer

(jī-rŏm′ĕ-ter) [″ + metron, measure]
A device for measuring the cerebral gyri of the brain.
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It has loads of sensors for tracking pressure (air pressure, altitude) sensor, accelerometer, gyrometer, compass (magnetic).
In this field trial, a device that can simultaneously record GPS and sensor data across nine-axes sensor data from an accelerometer, gyrometer, and geomagnetic sensor unit developed by Lapis Semiconductor, will be attached to windsurfing sails.
The proposed system is applied to the accelerometer and gyrometer to diagnose the problem of vehicle lateral dynamics.
The gyrometer and accelerometer, which are attached to the drones, are used to control the drones during flight.
Two tiny, low power onboard sensors also allow engineers access to ambient light, a gyrometer, accelerometer and a temperature sensor.
Moreover, the device houses an accelerometer, GPS, ambient light sensor, microphone and gyrometer.
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The gyrometer and microphone aspects are used The gyrometer and microphone aspects are used and each mini-adventure is geared around multiplayer mayhem with friends or family.
For example, Coventor has released a new version of its co-design platform for MEMS and ASIC development, Advantest announced an electron-beam lithography system that supports MEMS and related nanoscale fabrication processes, Si-Ware Systems developed an ASIC for use with Tronics' new GYPR02300 Gyrometer, STMicroelectronics has a development platform with build-in MEMS sensors, and Multitest announced that its MT9928 Test Handler supports MEMS oscillator test.
The unit includes a built-in gyrometer, detachable rod, reel and quick-release casting button.
The tablet is fitted with the NVIDIA Tegra 2 dual core 1 GHz processor and gyrometer.
The disturbance of the yaw rate (r) relative to a reference value is detected by the gyrometer.