Sensonor AS - Sensonor AS

Sensonor AS

Sensonor is a global leader in MEMS technology, designing and manufacturing advanced, inertia sensors for high-precision applications. It offers a range of ITAR-free Gyro sensors, Gyro modules and IMU's. It holds more than 30 years of experience serving a demanding global customer base.

The Three Axis Gyro Module STIM202 and STIM210 is high precision and robust gyro modules suitable for pointing and stabilizing, flight control and guidance applications. Since its launch in 2009, this is the smallest lightest and highest performing gyro module that is commercially available. It is a suitable replacement for costly and prone to fail traditional fibre optic gyro sensors (FOG), and has found its way into a range of applications like standby instruments, weapon stabilization, mortar control systems and gyrocam stabilization.

The new Inertial Measurement Unit (IMU) STIM300 was introduced in 2012 and is an enabling solution for many applications having had to use much larger, costlier and heavier sensor solutions in the past. STIM300 can be used in guidance or navigation of delivery platforms or UAV's. It enables the builder to reduced weight, freeing valuable payload capacity as well as reducing cost and increasing system reliability.

Outstanding reliability

Sensonor has for more than 25 years played a significant role in the global MEMS industry. Over the years, more than 200 million pressure sensors, more than 200 million accelerometers, and more than 2 million gyros have been shipped to customers for various applications. Less than 0.1ppm field failures are the ultimate proof of long term dedication and capability.

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Sensonor AS
Knudsrødveien 7
Postboks 1004
3194 Horten

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