Learn how ST’s automotive-grade inertial sensors enable precise positioning to keep track of a vehicle's position and movement
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 on-demand 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.
|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.|