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Invensense tips single-chip inertial navigation unit

1/9/2012 05:01 AM EST
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Robotics Developer   3/21/2012 6:20:55 PM
This sounds like a great building block for a robot navigation module. I am left wondering the big question: How much will it cost? The size is really nice and features look good, but there is not much information on the ASIC provided motion processing. I wonder what this device is capable of and what its drift, accuracy, and stability is? I will wait and see, hopefully there will be more details soon..!

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