INNALABS has presented its new development – Coriolis Vibratory Gyroscopes (CVG) at the International Aviation and Space Salon MAKS 2011 in Moscow, Russia.
During the MAKS 2011 – the International Aviation and Space Salon, INNALABS, the designer and producer of inertial sensors and systems, presented its newest development – small size Coriolis Vibratory Gyroscopes (CVG). Due to small size, high reliability, high accuracy of 0.1 to 15 deg/hour, and good price this new release attracts much attention from specialists in different fields, such as aviation, rockets and missiles, land and marine vehicles.
Dmitri Simonenko, INNALABS Chief Executive Officer, said, “Today Innalabs is carrying out certification tests of its new CVG gyroscopes, and on January of 2012 together with the leading microelectronics company, Innalabs will commence the mass production of the new CVG gyroscopes in Zelenograd, Russia. The production capacity of the new manufacturing facility will be 400 single-axis gyroscopes per month”.
INNALABS activities in Research and Development of inertial technologies started in 2005. INNALABS experts and scientists have developed vibrating gyros technology with the use of up-to-date metal alloys for manufacturing of the sensitive elements. INNALABS unique approach has allowed the preservation of all advantages of conventional silica vibrating gyro technology, while reducing production and launching costs. In addition, INNALABS succeeded in improving the shockproof characteristics of its gyros significantly.
The innovative solutions developed by INNALABS provide a revolutionary product that is smaller, dramatically less expensive, simple to manufacture and superior performance in comparison to other products on the market.
For detailed information on the INL-CVG-GU200/100 please contact: [email protected]