ACEINNA and WPG Americas Present a Webinar for the Developers of Autonomous Vehicle Navigation Products

How to use ACEINNA Open Source IMUs to develop highly accurate and reliable guidance solutions for autonomous cars, construction and agriculture equipment, robots, delivery robots, etc.

One lucky attendee will receive a free OpenIMU Development Kit at the end of the Webinar


Andover, Massachusetts- April 14, 2020

“Join us for a free 1-hour webinar to learn about how you can be successful in developing navigation solutions for your product lines,” explains Michael Murray, VP at ACEINNA. “This webinar is for anyone looking for a reliable, easy to master and inexpensive way to develop guidance and navigation solutions for a wide range of autonomous vehicles.”  

Thursday Apr 23, 2020 01:00 PM Eastern Time (US and Canada)
Register in advance for this webinar:

This webinar will explain the recent trends and technology developments that are critical to engineers and system managers developing the next generation of autonomous vehicles.

Localization and navigation technologies are essential factors enabling the success of autonomous vehicles – from farm and construction equipment, to delivery robots and vehicles, to ADAS and next generation Level 5 autonomous cars - all of these market sectors rely on newly emerging affordable, highly accurate navigation solutions. If a machine moves, it needs to know where it is at and where it is going.

Starting with an overview of the most important software and hardware trends and navigation solutions, the webinar will then introduce the industry leading ACEINNA OpenIMU and Open Source Development Platform for developing custom navigation, localization and attitude applications for autonomous vehicles, drones, robotics and other exciting market applications.

This open source hardware and software allow customers to easily develop and optimize the code running in the IMU for their particular platform or application using free Microsoft VS Code IDE and the free ACEINNA Extension to MS VS Code.

- Getting familiar with the OpenIMU300ZI Evaluation Kit (5 mins)
- Overview of the SW development environment (10 mins)
- Connecting to the HW (10 mins)
- Loading an IMU Application (10 mins)
- How to modify source code (10 mins)
- Displaying / logging data (10 mins)
- Questions (5 mins)
Webinar Speakers
Stephen Hinchy(Sr. Field Applications Engineer @ACEINNA) 
Stephen Hinchy is an Applications Engineer with Aceinna’s Inertial Systems group. He has previously worked in Automotive IOT, Wireless Sensor Networks and with RF systems. He graduated from the National University of Ireland with a degree in Electronic Engineering and has a Master’s degree in Electronic Systems from Dublin City University.
Ravi Komarabathuni (Field Applications Engineer @ACEINNA)
Ravi Komarabathuni is an Applications Engineer with Aceinna’s Inertial Systems group. He has previously worked in the field of Navigation (GNSS/GPS, Inertial, RTK, POSE), Infotainment, Displays & Controls, Connected Services, Autonomous Vehicle Technologies. He had graduated with a Bachelor’s degree in Electrical & Electronics Engineering from the Osmania University India, Master’s degree in Electrical Engineering with Navigation specialization from Ohio University, Ohio & Master’s in Business Administration from North Park University, Chicago.
Michael Murray (Executive Vice President @ACEINNA)
Mr. Murray is responsible for developing and managing sales and marketing strategies for the autonomous markets and customers. Mr. Murray has over 20 years of highly successful experience in technology sales and marketing management including leadership roles at Blackridge Technology, TDK and Analog Devices.
Mr. Murray earned an MBA from the MIT Sloan School of Management, Master’s Degree in Technology Commercialization and a Bachelor’s Degree in Management from Northeastern University, as well as an EE Degree from George Brown College, in Toronto, Canada. He also holds three patents.



ACEINNA Inc., is a leading provider of sensing solutions for automotive, industrial, telecom, datacenter, agricultural and construction markets.  
ACEINNA’s precise positioning solutions are MEMS based, open-source, inertial sensing systems that are leading the industry by enabling easy-to-use, centimeter-accurate navigation systems for the autonomous revolution.  ACEINNA’s current sensor product family is based on AMR technology that enables industry leading accuracy, bandwidth and step response in a cost effective single-chip form factor.  ACEINNA has R&D facilities in San Jose, CA; Andover, MA; and Chicago, IL; as well as manufacturing facilities in Wuxi, China.


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