EMCORE’s SDI500/SDI505 IMUs Receive Determination of Non-ITAR Status from U.S. Department of State
Determination Will Greatly Increase the Marketability of EMCORE’s SDI500/SDI505 IMUs to International Customers
As a result of this Commodity Jurisdiction (CJ) determination concluded by the
EMCORE’s SDI500/SDI505 IMUs outperform other MEMS IMUs and have been proven to deliver comparable performance to older, costlier optical IMUs in a lower power, smaller, and lighter form factor. They leverage industry-leading QMEMS technology to deliver outstanding
EMCORE’s SDN500 is the Company’s most advanced QMEMS INS/GPS tactical grade system, combining the latest generation quartz gyros and accelerometers from the SDI500/SDI505, with high-speed signal processing and a 48-channel Coarse/Acquisition code GPS receiver into a powerful, tightly coupled guidance and navigation system.
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