2012 International CES: VTI Technologies Once Again Raises the Bar in MEMS
Smaller, more powerful, lower current consumption – have the limits of MEMS technology already been reached? Definitely not! Once again MEMS pioneer VTI Technologies proves it by launching an even more advanced sensor and supporting software at the 2012 International CES event.
“A year ago we launched the CMR3000, the world’s smallest and lowest power consuming gyroscope for consumer electronics, and volume production began this year. In response to the growing markets and increasing number of applications, we have now developed the new improved version of this sensor. At the 2012 International CES event we will launch an even smaller and significantly higher performance product that will challenge its competitors in the market,” promises Mr. Sten Stockmann, Vice President, Consumer Electronics, at VTI Technologies.
“With 20 years of MEMS experience, VTI Technologies has leading expertise in applications that we have harnessed to create an extremely interesting software solution that intelligently combines different types of motion sensors,” Mr. Stockmann reveals. “We will present this solution in detail at the 2012 International CES event.”
Come and see our new products at the 2012 International CES event in Las Vegas on 10-13 January 2012. The VTI Technologies stand is situated in the MEMS TechZone in South 2 Hall, Stand 25218.
VTI Technologies to participate also in a MEMS panel discussion
• Connecting the Real World with the Digital World: Harnessing the Power of MEMS
11 January 2012, 10:30am-11:30am, LVCC, North Hall N254
Leading experts will discuss MEMS opportunities in motion sensor, user interface and cell phone applications. VTI Technologies will be represented in the panel discussion by Mr. Scott Smyser, VP & General Manager, VTI Technologies Inc.
VTI in Brief
VTI Technologies is a leading supplier of acceleration, inclination and angular motion sensor solutions for transportation, medical, instrument and consumer electronics applications. In their end-use applications, VTI’s products improve safety and quality of life. The silicon-based capacitive sensors are based on the company’s proprietary 3D MEMS (Micro Electro-Mechanical System) technology. For more information, please visit www.vtitechnologies.com.
Mr. Sten Stockmann, Vice President, Consumer Electronics, tel. +358 50 352 1881
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