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Xsens Presents 10,000th Motion Tracker
at Oceanology International 2010

 

LONDON, March 10th - At Oceanology International 2010 in London, Xsens’ 10,000th Motion Tracker was presented. During a celebration lunch for Xsens 10th anniversary Casper Peeters, CEO of Xsens, handed over an award with the 10,000th Motion Tracker embedded to Simon Partridge, Engineering Director of Sonardyne.

 

"Sonardyne is a valued customer of us," says Casper Peeters. "Sonardyne has high expectations with regard to quality and we are therefore proud that Sonardyne selects our inertial 3D tracking technology for their products such as the Scout USBL, Radian AHRS and Sentinel IDS (Intruder Detection System). Sonardyne has been a customer of Xsens for over 5 years and the number of Sonardyne products that benefit from Xsens technology is still growing. We are glad to hand over the 10.000th Motion Tracker in Xsens history to them."

 

"We are pleased to work with Xsens," adds Simon Partridge. "They are a trusted partner with whom we have established a close 2-way technical relationship to ensure best performance for some difficult applications.”

 

The handover of the 10,000th MT was part of the 10th anniversary lunch, where speakers from Evologics, Sonardyne and Saab explained the deployment of the Xsens MTi and MTi-G in their applications for control, stabilization and dynamics measurement. Leading industry representatives participated in the networking lunch.

 

Sonardyne is a world leading supplier of innovative subsea acoustic positioning, communications and high grade inertial technology to the Energy, Defence and Maritime Security markets worldwide. Operating companies in UK, US, Singapore and Brazil supply support services globally to an extensive client base.

 

 

About Xsens:

 

Xsens is a leading supplier of 3D motion tracking products based upon miniature MEMS inertial sensor technology. Since its inception in 2000, several thousands of motion sensors and motion capture solutions have successfully been deployed in areas such as 3D character animation, rehabilitation and sports science, and robot and camera stabilization. Customers include Electronic Arts, Sony Pictures Imageworks, INAIL Prosthesis Centre, Daimler, Saab Underwater Systems, Kongsberg Defence & Aerospace, ArgonST and many other companies and institutes throughout the world.

 

Xsens’ research department has created unique intellectual property in the field of multi-sensor data fusion algorithms, combining inertial sensors with aiding technologies such as GPS and RF positioning and biomechanical modeling.

Xsens at Oceanology International 2010

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The company and its products have received several awards, amongst which four consecutive entries in Deloitte’s ranking of fastest growing technology companies in Europe.

 

Xsens is headquartered in Enschede, The Netherlands and has a subsidiary in Los Angeles, California, US. http://www.xsens.com

 

 

Contact:

 

Remco Sikkema

Xsens

P.O. Box 559

7500 AN Enschede, The Netherlands

E-mail: remco.sikkema@xsens.com

Http://www.xsens.com

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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