The 1281 provides precise position, rate and acceleration motion for the testing of inertial sensors. In particular, it excels at testing today’s considerably smaller inertial sensors and systems.
Ideal Aerosmith has been a steadfast contributor to inertial standards development through its participation in the IEEE/AESS Gyro & Accelerometer Panel (GAP).
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As many of you know, while I work out of our headquarters in Grand Forks, North Dakota, I am originally from Oklahoma. That means that I look forward to spring even more than most lifelong residents of the Upper Midwest. But it’s not only due to the improving temperatures.
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If you only know me from business meetings and conferences, I may not seem like a cowboy, but I was something of a ranch hand back in the day.
Manual Positioning Tables are where it all began when it comes to motion testing at Ideal Aerosmith.
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Ideal Aerosmith contributes to the inertial community at large through standards development by actively participating in the IEEE GAP meetings.
Ideal Aerosmith consolidates most of its roughly 80 local employees under one roof, and the move means more efficient operations.