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Xsens Releases New Development Kit for Wireless Orientation Tracking

Xsens, the leading innovator in 3D motion tracking technology and products, has released a new development kit specifically for system integrators with a need for wireless orientation tracking.

“The MTw is highly suitable in markets which require wireless communication, like training & simulation, pedestrian navigation, test & measurement and robotics”, explains Marcel van Hak, Product Manager at Xsens, “the MTw technology has been used in Xsens’ motion capture solutions for more than 2 years and is proven in a wide range of movement science applications”.

The MTw Development Kit Lite contains a highly accurate, small, lightweight and wireless IMU with full AHRS capabilities, providing drift free orientation. It also includes a miniature wireless receiver, convenient mounting tools and Xsens’ user-friendly MT Software Suite, compatible with the MTi product portfolio. The proprietary Xsens wireless communication protocol enables real-time performance with a range of up to 10 meters.

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With the addition of the MTw Development Kit Lite, Xsens expands its portfolio of motion tracking solutions. In 2012, Xsens released its 4th generation MTi-10 and MTi-100 series, including IMU, VRU and AHRS options, as well as the flagship MTi-G-700 GPS/INS.

For more information, visit www.xsens.com/.

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