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Broadcom's Hybrid Universal Location Application, HULA, uses Kalman filters to compensate for errors in individual sensors, resulting in more accurate location tracking (bottom right) that can be achieved with a magnetometer (upper right) or a gyro (bottom left). (Click here to enlarge image. )
(Source: Broadcom)
Broadcom's Hybrid Universal Location Application, HULA, uses Kalman filters to compensate for errors in individual sensors, resulting in more accurate location tracking (bottom right) that can be achieved with a magnetometer (upper right) or a gyro (bottom left). (Click here to enlarge image. )
(Source: Broadcom)

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daleste
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daleste   9/16/2013 9:27:52 PM
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MEMS still has so many possibilities.  It is always interesting to see articles about new applications.

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goafrit   9/16/2013 6:51:16 AM
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ST Microelectronics is having one of the best periods of its existence, thanks to MEMS. It is taking down giants like Freescale with innovative and cost efficient MEMS designs. Will be good to read what they have in mind for MEMS in the future.

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Trillion sensors
rick merritt   9/13/2013 7:48:37 PM
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I find the trillion sensor vision interesting and look forward to the group's Stanford event.

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rick merritt   9/13/2013 7:48:37 PM
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I find the trillion sensor vision interesting and look forward to the group's Stanford event.

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