News and Updates on Autonomous Robotics and Navigation
News and Updates on autonomous robotics and navigation live from Utah’s Silicon Slopes: February 6th, 2020
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At Inertial Sense we enable autonomous navigation for workhorse robotic vehicles as well as build sensors that enable precise localization and attitude tracking. This is our first newsletter of 2020, and we’ll keep these short and as useful as possible.
Check out our new LUNA Platform
The LUNA Autonomous Navigation platform enables manufacturers and their engineers to quickly embed autonomous capability into existing equipment without building the capability from scratch. Use Luna for robotic lawn mowers, last mile ground delivery, drones, smart agriculture, or logistics automation.
Most popular request: our Sensor Buying Guide
Whether you are buying new sensors for a new project or looking to replace your current INS, this spec sheet is a useful guide to our IMU, AHRS, INS + Dual GNSS Compass and INS + RTK solutions. If you’re ready to buy, email Carson (email@example.com) for a 10% discount, good through February.
Inertial Sense is hiring
Do you wish you could carve powder turns before coding? Ride canyons before compiling? Check out our new job opportunities, working minutes away from 8 major ski resorts and world class hiking trails.
Come See Us on the Road
Inertial Sense will be attending or exhibiting at the following events on the next couple of months. Want to setup a meeting with our CEO or Founder at at either event? Or do you just want see other faces behind the names? Send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
TC Sessions – Robotics+ AI
Berkeley, CA – March 3, 2020
Boston, MA – May 4-7th, 2020
And…welcome to our new CEO
We’re delighted to have serial entrepreneur, venture capitalist, and IOT expert Tom Bennett join us as CEO. Tom brings 30 years experience in 7 startups (5 acquired and 1 IPO), is an advisor to venture and private equity funds, and still finds time to work as a ski patroller on weekends. Welcome Tom!