inertial reference frame

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inertial reference frame

the use of a co-ordinate system (reference frame) that does not move (i.e. is fixed in space).
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The research starts with the market overview of the industrial inertial system and further segments the market by type which includes- Gyroscopes, accelerometers, inertial measurement units, GPS/INS and Multi-Axis Sensors.
The development of errors in one channel of the inertial system was analysed.
a leading developer of Inertial Systems for commercial, general aviation and military applications is always inspired, and sometimes amazed, by the unique and innovative ways that its products are used.
the leading developer of MEMS and FOG-based Inertial Systems, today announced its new 800-series high-performance family of products incorporating next generation MEMS sensors that combine 3 deg/hr FOG-like performance with the high-reliability of MEMS.
About 250 ISRO scientists had monitored the spacecraft's propulsion, telemetry, sensors, navigation and inertial systems before the Trans Mars Injection (TMI) on Friday.
In the smallest commercial inertial systems, the volume is about the size of an apple, and most are larger--about the volume of four apples" Najaf said.
Nasdaq:MEMS), headquartered in Andover, Massachusetts, is a leading provider of MEMS sensor components, sophisticated inertial systems and leading-edge wireless sensor networks for diverse real world applications ranging from automotive, consumer, industrial and aerospace.
Goodrich is to acquire military guidance, stabilisation and navigation products and systems maker Atlantic Inertial Systems for USD375 million.
EVO Series rate tables have been optimized for MEMS sensors, components, and inertial systems up to a payload of 22 lbs.
Advanced Inertial Measurement Systems develops inertial systems for navigation and motion solutions.
The course concludes with a discussion of future inertial navigation systems and microelectromechanical (MEMS) inertial systems.
The business develops and produces electronic vehicle management systems, electronic engine controls, cockpit and helmet displays, and inertial systems for a variety of platforms including fixed- and rotary-wing aircraft, missiles, ground vehicles, ships, and space launch vehicles.