Innalabs Completes the Development of New Solid State Vibration Technology Tactical-Grade Gyro

Innalabs has successfully completed the development of its new solid-state Coriolis Vibratory gyroscope INL-CVG-GU200/100 having tactical-grade performance with the highest Bias stability and the lowest noise among other gyros on the market.

Moscow, Russia, August 12, 2011 --( The Innalabs team developing the CVG gyroscopes with the highest Bias stability and the lowest noise, known as INL-CVG, has successfully completed the development phase and has started the design validation of the sensing element and control loop portion to ensure it meets all requirements for INL-CVG commercial and defense users and marks the project’s transition to production. Once released to market in the first part of 2012, INL-CVG will be one of the world’s smallest and highest performing vibrating gyroscopes currently available.

The INL-CVG joins Innalabs portfolio of inertial products and systems that meet the rigorous requirements of defense and commercial customers for precision guidance, stabilization, and navigation applications. Dmitri Simonenko, Innalabs Chief Executive Officer, said, “We are very pleased with our INL-CVG development progress and timely completion of this milestone. INL-CVG Innalabs current technology is positioned to respond to applications that require product grade down to 1°/h. Innalabs next generation product development also include gyro systems with higher performance characteristics.”

Innalabs activities in Research and Development of inertial technologies started in 2005. Innalabs experts and scientists have developed vibrating gyros technology with the use of up-to-date metal alloys for manufacturing of the sensitive elements. Innalabs unique approach has allowed the preservation of all advantages of conventional silica vibrating gyro technology, while reducing production and launching costs. In addition, Innalabs succeeded in improving the shockproof characteristics of its gyros significantly.

The innovative solutions developed by Innalabs provide a revolutionary product that is smaller, dramatically less expensive, simple to manufacture and superior performance in comparison to other products on the market.

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Headquartered in Moscow, Russia Innalabs is a global provider of inertial products with worldwide presence and is principally engaged in the research, design, development, manufacture, integration of advanced technology systems, products and services. Future plans include manufacturing facilities in USA, Europe and Asia.

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