Precise Positioning & V2X Enabled by ST Auto-Grade Sensors
Learn how ST’s automotive-grade inertial sensors enable precise positioning to keep track of a vehicle's position and movement
Tuesday, October 27th, 2020 | 2:00 pm Eastern Time
Precise positioning for L2 and L3 passenger vehicles, V2X (Vehicle-to-Everything), and basic vehicle navigation relies heavily on a system’s ability to track the position of a vehicle at any moment. Satellite data is not always accurate when driving between tall buildings, or available when driving through a tunnel or parking structure. However, the vehicle must still be able to update its position in real-time until the signal is again available.
This webinar will show you how ST’s advanced automotive-grade inertial sensors work together with satellite-based GPS technology to facilitate precise navigation.
You will learn:
- About ST’s leadership in 3-axis gyroscopes, including a new high accuracy, high stability 6-axis inertial module that integrates both a 3D gyroscope and 3D accelerometer.
- How these auto-grade inertial sensors, when used in conjunction with ST GNSS solutions, enable affordable and precise solutions to implement dead-reckoning algorithms and other corrections that can keep track of a vehicle’s position and movements.
- About module solutions from ST partner Aceinna, including their OpenIMU330LA high performance, triple-redundant inertial sensor.
There will be a live Q&A session at the end of the webinar where ST’s experienced engineers will be available to answer your questions.
There is no charge to participate in this event, but it is necessary to register through my.st.com.
|Stuart Ferguson has 35 years of experience in development, design, engineering management, manufacturing, and business development for automotive MEMS and sensors. He holds a Masters Degree in Semiconductor Physics, and is currently responsible for STMicroelectronics' Automotive MEMS and Sensors in the Americas region.|
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