MicroStrain launches GLink sensor system

Sept. 24, 2002 — MicroStrain Inc. said it has launched a new product line of wireless triaxial sensors.

The GLink integrates three MEMS accelerometers, a microcontroller and programmable radio-frequency transceiver. The system allows large numbers of accelerometers and inclinometers to be deployed in arrays wirelessly, monitoring behavior or performance of people, machines or structures, a company news release said.

MicroStrain said its devices have been used in the medical, automotive and military applications. Other potential uses for GLink include aerospace, industrial and athletics.


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