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Honeywell international corporation develops new inertial measurement devices

Honeywell International Corporation received a cost plus fixed fee contract worth US $7.4 million to design and develop new inertial measurement devices (Imus) and depth integrated guidance and navigation devices. This work will receive different results and is expected to be completed on September 28, 2012. The research results in this field have broad application prospects in the military and civilian fields. IMU is a small device similar to ice hockey. It plays an important role in many advanced guidance and navigation systems. Honeywell developed civil and military ring laser gyroscopes in the 1960s and 1970s, when self enhanced PGA was the hardest. These systems are widely used at present. However, it is assumed that the problems of parts appear in the process of equipment measurement. The company is also in the forefront of the world in the development of a subminiature inertial navigation system based on micro electro mechanical system (MEMS) technology. The lifting belt tension tester is a special testing equipment manufactured by our company Jinan new era Gold Testing Instrument Co., Ltd. for the tension test of synthetic fiber lifting belts

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