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The Xtrinsic MMA8491Q accelerometer is in production now for a suggested resale price starting at $1.
The small size of the ST MEMS accelerometer has enabled Brain Sentry to produce a light (1-oz) compact device that simply sticks to the back of any helmet.
Java Pyramid game uses accelerometer to guide the bird into the right Pyramid by tilting the phone.
Forty-six men with COPD were enrolled from a general pulmonary clinic, and each performed a single walking study wearing an accelerometer on each foot.
Full functional tri-axis accelerometers KX112 and KXCJB are suitable for mobile, wearable, health/medical and light-industrial applications.
Both accelerometers automatically self-identify and supply calibration information using TEDS technology (Transducer Electronic Data Sheet).
According to the report, the growing usage of MEMS accelerometers in cameras is another emerging trend in the Global MEMS Accelerometer market.
ST s sensor portfolio comprises discrete accelerometers, magnetic-field sensors and gyroscopes, digital compasses such as the new LSM303C, integrated inertial modules with 6 or 9 degrees of freedom, ARMA-based smart sensors, the iNEMO Engine sensor-fusion software suite, and the iNEMO-M1 small form-factor system on board.
The Component was extracted from a NOKIA phone and seems to be a special version of the STM 3-Axis Accelerometer LIS302DL.
TechNavio's report, the Global MEMS Accelerometer Market 2012-2016, has been prepared based on an in-depth market analysis with inputs from industry experts.
By offering this IP in conjunction with our proven, inertial sensor process, we can help companies leap into the accelerometer market with the fastest development times in the industry for such a complex MEMS device.
ADI) released for general availability today the ADXL206 high precision, low power, dual-axis iMEMS([R]) accelerometer with signal conditioned analog voltage outputs.