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Combo MEMS sensor use in cars growing rapidly

5/13/2013 05:23 PM EDT
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re: Combo MEMS sensor use in cars growing rapidly
Roni Watson   6/21/2013 11:35:52 AM
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MEMS Inertial Combo Sensors are very useful for the vehicles. These are used in the vehicle to maximize the safety of the vehicle. The use of Inertial Combo Sensors are growing rapidly in automotive industry. Combo Inertial Sensors are multiple-sensor devices integrating accelerometers, gyroscopes into a single package, providing inertial inputs to the electronic stability control (ESC) system in cars to prevent or minimize skidding. This is a really good and helpful technology for the car users. http://germanimportservices.com/smart_car_repair_simi_valley.htm

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