Presented by Analog Devices and Avnet. For MEMS IMU applications where the inertial profile is complex and highly dynamic there are a number of attributes to consider when evaluating capabilities. Evaluating these attributes early in the design cycle provides an advantage over chasing open-ended deliverables, like “as accurate as possible”. This webcast provides an overview of these attributes and key application conditions for the designer to understand.

Attend this webinar to learn about:

  • Understand the difference between consumer-grade and performance-driven MEMS IMUs (inertial measurement units)
  • Analysis techniques for combining basic application information with MEMS IMU specifications to predict key system-level behaviors
  • A common-sense approach to integrating high-performance MEMS into demanding applications.

Who should attend:
System architects and developers who are looking for ways to integrate high-performance MEMS IMUs into their motion control applications.


Mark Looney, Application Engineer, Analog Devices

Mark Looney is an applications engineer at Analog Devices in Greensboro, North Carolina. Since joining ADI in 1998, he has accumulated experience in high-performance inertial MEMS technology, sensor-signal processing, high-speed analog-to-digital converters, and dc-to-dc power conversion. He earned a B.S. (1994) and M.S. (1995) degree in electrical engineering from the University of Nevada, Reno, and has published numerous technical articles. Prior to joining ADI, he helped start IMATS, a vehicle electronics and traffic solutions company, and worked as a design engineer for Interpoint Corporation.