MEMSIC's Drone Whitepaper Gets Attention
MEMSIC's recently released whitepaper on sensors enabling drone capabilities and growth has ganered seriously attention from the press. See the links below for each article.
Unmanned Systems Technology (posted entire white paper)
MEMSIC Identifies and Explains the Sensing Technologies used in Drones | Unmanned Systems Technology
MEMSIC Inc., a leading sensing solutions provider, has released a new whitepaper that spotlights and explains the various types of sensors and sensing technologies found in a typical drone product. … Continue Reading
Live Drone News (summary with link to white paper)
SensorsTips (EE World – DesignWorld) summary and link to website
EDN Magazine – summary and link to white paper
EE Times Europe – summary and link to white paper
Sens2B Newsletter & Online (press release)
Sensors & Systems (press release)
Machine Building Magazine (press release)
EIJ - Journal (press release)
MEMSIC Semiconductor is a world's leading MEMS technology solution provider. MEMSIC provides customers with one-stop solutions from MEMS sensor chips, software algorithms to application solutions. MEMSIC’s stable and mass-produced products include the globally unique thermal accelerometers, capacitive accelerometers, AMR magnetometers, low-power consumption Hall switches and more, which are widely used in automotive, industrial, medical, wearable, smart home, and consumer electronics applications, providing people with a more intelligent, reliable and safe technological experience by sensing the displacement and motion changes of the physical world. Sensing the beautiful life with MEMSIC. For more information, please visit www.memsic.com or follow us on WeChat and LinkedIn.
New Product Release | MEMSIC releases a new AMR magnetometer, MMC5616WA, a feature rich sensor that addresses todays-challenging application needs
A new upgrade of MEMSIC's large-scale production of ultra-small size AMR magnetometers, to meet the needs of rich application scenarios including smart phones, wearable devices, drones, and AR/VR.