ACEINNA is a leading developer of Inertial Measurement Unit (IMU) sensing technology. Our unique and disruptive sensing innovations are used to provide navigation and guidance of autonomous vehicles – whether it be self-driving cars and trucks or automated material handling solutions used in warehouses and factories.
Across all the industries we serve, ACEINNA is committed to helping our customers improve the intelligence, capability, and value of their end products. We do this by leveraging our deep expertise in MEMS sensors, together with sophisticated calibration and packaging techniques, to deliver sensing solutions offering dramatic advancements in performance, size and cost, at scale.
What make us unique?
Our core competency in factory calibration methods enables us to deliver very high accuracy at a reasonable cost, with inertial sensing solutions that are configured for your specific product requirements.
Today, our inertial navigation systems are deployed in over 600 types of aircraft.
In the automotive and heavy equipment markets, where reliability is critical, we have consistently achieved field return rates of <10ppm, enabling OEMs to achieve greater uptime, while reducing their warranty risk and costs for repair or replacement.
ACEINNA has shipped over 50,000 inertial systems for installation in heavy machinery and industrial applications.
Leveraging our expertise in MEMS sensors, ACEINNA’s inertial measurement units (IMUs) deliver greater processing power at < 1/100th the size and cost of a comparable module in 2007.
The same expertise that goes into every ACEINNA sensing solution is available for the life of the customer relationship. Just as we have the agility and proficiency to work with application engineers at the outset of a program, to quickly fabricate new hardware and software solutions, we also try our best to provide each customer the highest level of knowledge-based support and technical expertise in the field.
From concept to production and beyond, ACEINNA is your partner through all stages of the product life cycle.
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