IMUs & INCLINATION SENSORS
The sensors are used to record accelerations, rotation rates and tilt angles and of an object in relation to the Earth's gravitational field. The sensor technology used in combination with a compact and robust housing is ideal for applications in mobile machines and harsh environmental conditions. The measured values are made available via a CAN interface. This provides the possibility for easy integration of the sensor into existing systems.
- Inertial Measurement Unit (IMU), 6-Degree-of-Freedom Sensor (6DoF)
- Inclination Measurement in one or two axes (360° or ±90°)
- Built in, configurable digital signal filters (Butterworth, critical damped and Kalman)
- CAN, CANopen or SAE J1939 interface
- Measuring range and protocol are freely selectable
- Full support of STW open-source software platform openSYDE
While we are proud of our products and solutions, it is through our customers’ applications that the power in the innovative technology is unleashed. Whether fully networked, highly automated, or operating fully autonomously, an effective mobile machine represents first class interdisciplinary engineering. Robust and safe integration into the system architecture of the machine and its work processes, while remaining convenient and user friendly, is the main focus. With thanks to our customers, here we would like to present a small selection of example applications.
We support our customers as a partner for the digitization and automation of mobile machines and the related work processes. Our comprehensive and highly interoperable STW modular system of high quality sensing, control and software products ensures a problem free integration in the final application.
As experts in all aspects of functional safety, we offer services in high level automation in the field of mobile machines, including autonomous functions and driving. Our STW ecosystem includes a comprehensive partner network of system integrators and distributors to ensure an optimal solution for every application, worldwide.