High Precision Inclinometer for Industrial Applications
Learn how to create innovative solutions with the latest MEMS-based high precision tilt sensor for industrial applications
Watch the 1-hour, on-demand webinar to discover the newest addition to our expanding line of industrial-grade sensors with 10-year longevity commitment—the IIS2ICLX high precision inclinometer.
This groundbreaking device offers new features not found in any other inclinometer on the market. In addition to ultra-low noise and very low offset, this sensor boasts an innovative programmable machine learning core plus finite state machines to reduce system power consumption.
By integrating artificial intelligence algorithms and other features such as extended operating temperature range from -40 to +105 °C, 3 Kb FIFO, interrupts, and embedded temperature sensor, the IIS2ICLX is a breakthrough for achieving high precision MEMS-based tilt sensing.
These latest advances enable a wide range of applications including, but not limited to, pointing, leveling and stabilization, industrial vehicles, structural health monitoring, robotics, and IIoT.
During the on-demand webinar, you will learn how to use the IIS2ICLX high precision inclinometer in these applications, and how to exploit its unique capabilities to increase the accuracy and reliability of your own application.
The device features we'll cover include:
- Resolution, accuracy, and stability over temperature & time
- Programmable machine learning core
- Finite state machines
- Calibration methods
- Tilt calculation.
|Jay Esfandyari has more than 20 years of industry experience in Semiconductor Technology, integrated circuit fabrication processes, MEMS & sensors design and development, sensor networking, product marketing, business development and product strategy. Jay holds a master's degree and a Ph.D. in Electrical Engineering from the University of Technology of Vienna, Austria. He has more than 75 publications and conference contributions. Jay is currently the Product Marketing Manager at STMicroelectronics, located in Dallas, Texas.|