SBG Systems is a fast growing supplier of miniature, high performance and innovative motion sensing solutions. SBG Systems headquarters are based in Rueil Malmaison, France.
SBG Systems offers a complete line of inertial sensors, such as Attitude and Heading Reference System (AHRS) or Inertial Measurement Unit (IMU), based on the state of the art MEMS technology.
This technology, combined with advanced calibration techniques offers miniature and low-cost solutions while maintaining a very high performance at every level.
Thanks to these benefits, SBG’s products are ideal solutions for industrial and research applications, such as control of unmanned vehicles, antenna tracking or gyro-stabilized camera , and also for human motion measurement : biomechanics, sports and multimedia fields can take advantage of inertial motion capture.
Supplier of motion sensing solutions.
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