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Tronics is the sole provider of closed-loop MEMS gyrometers and accelerometers, bringing MEMS inertial sensors unrivalled performance. Closed-loop (also called force-feedback) electronics bring several crucial advantages to inertial sensors, including superior linearity, enhanced signal-to-noise ratios, and better behavior in harsh (vibration, impact, temperature) environments. Tronics’ GYPRO® line of high-performance gyrometers was specially designed for applications with more stringent requirements than those of the automotive industry, but that do not require FOG (Fiber Optic Gyros) or DTG (Dynamically Tuned Gyros). GYPRO® gyrometers offer high bias stability, low noise, and low latency. Tronics gyrometers are suitable for precision navigation and stabilization applications.

L'histoire du produit

Tronics introduced its GYPRO® product line at the Electronica trade show in November 2012. Grenoble-based Moveaâ€"seeking inertial sensors with performance superior to those found in smartphonesâ€"was won over by the products. The company was seeking a solution to locate pedestrians inside buildings to ensure the safety of isolated workers and during emergency response operations. It rapidly became clear that a software layer was needed to ensure correlation with building maps, one of Leti’s areas of expertise. The project consortium then welcomed EASI IC to integrate the electronics. The idea for the ASIMUT project emerged, and the project was submitted to the French Single Interministerial Fund 16th call for projects in April 2013. The economic benefits of the project were substantial, especially for Tronics, as described below, but also for the other project partners. Project lead Movea developed its Pedestrian Dead Reckoning (PDR) software, which was evaluated by several companies (CSR, Samsung, Huawei, etc.) seeking differentiating indoor location technologies. The software module also had a favorable impact on Movea’s valuation in the run up to the company’s acquisition by Invensense in 2014. Leti developed new algorithms and substantial know-how in data fusion, in particular through a journal article and a patent that could be leveraged for future partnerships.
Investissement 3Mâ"¬
Emplois créés 3
Brevets déposés 2
Délai de mise sur le marché 3 years
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