Inertial Sense

With roots in Brigham Young University’s MAGICC Lab, Inertial Sense set off to create the smallest, lightest inertial sensor to power the innovations of their customers, soon realising that for the best experience they needed to also provide Sensor Fusion. It wasn’t long before the company, founded with a focus on devices in 2013, evolved to develop the LUNA platform to power autonomy. Whether you’re looking for the most powerful chip technology or you want the fastest path to autonomous things, Inertial Sense can drive your innovation forward.

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