High-Performance MEMS; What does that mean?
This webcast will examine the most common specifications and metrics associated with "high performance" MEMS accelerometers, gyroscopes and IMUs and will provide insights into their characterization and impact in real-world applications.
Who should attend?
Engineers that work on anything that moves or might move in the future.
Nitzan Gadish, Applications Engineer, MEMS Sensor Technology, Analog Devices
Nitzan Gadish is an applications engineer in the MEMS Sensor Technology organization at Analog Devices. She earned her BSEE and MSEE degrees from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and is currently responsible for application support of ADI's MEMS gyroscopes and accelerometers.
Mark Looney, Application Engineer, MEMS Sensor Technology (MST),
Mark Looney is an application engineer in the MEMS Sensor Technology (MST) organization at Analog Devices. Mark earned BSEE and MSEE degrees from the University of Nevada and is currently responsible for application support of ADI's iSensor® MEMS Inertial Sensor Subsystems.