Session A5b: Small Size or Low Cost Inertial Sensor Technologies


Date: Thursday, April 23, 2020
Time: 10:35 a.m. - 12:15 p.m.
Location: Pavilion Ballroom East

Session Chair:
Ryan Knight
Army Research Lab

1. Sub-Degree-Per-Hour MEMS Gyroscope for Measurement While Drilling at 300°C: David Lin, Robert MacDonald, Dorin Calbaza, Brian Scherer, Tammy Johnson, Tim Toepfer, David Shaddock, Emad Andarawis, General Electric, Global Research
2. Universal ASIC for Low C-SWaP INS: Anthony Dorian Challoner, Jeremy Daniel Popp, Peter Bond, InertialWave, Inc.
3. Low Cost MEMS Based Systems Augmenting Location and Navigation Performance in Consumer and Industrial Electronics Applications: Marcellino Gemelli, Thomas Block, Ryotaro Sakauchi, Sergej Scheiermann, Bosch Sensortec, Germany
4. Low-Cost Validation for Complementary Filter-Based AHRS: Pavlo Vlastos, Gabriel Elkaim, and Renwick Curry, University of California Santa Cruz
1. Compensation of Systematic Errors in ZUPT-Aided Pedestrian Inertial Navigation: Yusheng Wang, Yu-Wei Lin, Sina Askari, Chi-Shih Jao, Andrei M. Shkel, University of California, Irvine
2. On the Calibration Aspects of MEMS-IMUs used in Micro UAVs for Sensor Orientation: Philipp Clausen and Jan Skaloud, Geodetic Engineering Laboratory - TOPO, Swiss Federal Institute of Technology - EPFL, Switzerland
3. 3D Dual-Shell Micro-Resonators for Harsh Environments: Mohammad H. Asadian, Yusheng Wang, Danmeng Wang, Andrei M. Shkel, MicroSystems Lab, University of California, Irvine
4. Efficient GPS Scheduling in Wildlife Tags using an Extended Kalman Filter-based Uncertainty Suppression Strategy: Maxwell Lichtenstein and Gabriel H Elkaim, University of California Santa Cruz

Awards Luncheon, 12:15 p.m. - 1:45 p.m.