LITEF GOES DIGITAL!
Freiburg, July 15, 2021 | With a virtual showroom, LITEF has recently been giving its customers the opportunity to obtain an overview of its extensive product range in digital form ...
The challenge lies in building products smaller, less expensive and also more precise, without any changes to robustness and reliability. At present, we are gradually increasing the precision of the μIMU into a range that previously was not feasible. The current MEMS-IMU has a volume of about 340 cm³, whereas the next generation of MEMS-IMUs will only have a volume of approx. 100 cm³ with sensors, whose gyroscopes have an offset error of less than 1°/h. The generation after next of our MEMS gyroscopes will undoubtedly be a whole magnitude more accurate!
Dr. Stefan König
Head of Advanced Technologies
Accelerometers, rate gyros or attitude heading reference systems – LITEF's ITAR-free solutions are based on the further development of our core MEMS and FOG technologies. With our systems expertise, we are constantly testing the outer limits of what is technologically possible. The innovations that arise from this certainly provide our customers with new or improved solutions to clearly defined problem scenarios.
Autonomous systems that act individually, in a network or in a swarm, present our customers and ourselves with new challenges. How can we manage that effectively? How can autonomous high-speed systems be controlled reliably? This includes everything becoming smaller, - the uncreasing demand for miniaturisation. We will reduce our inertial sensors and systems in size but shall retain their robust performance levels. In this way, LITEF will certainly be able to continue supporting its customers successfully.
Through the enhancement of FOG and MEMS technologies, LITEF is able to provide inertial reference systems for aviation that are characterised by light weight, low volume and low power losses, combined with great precision of sensor data. These attitude heading reference and navigation systems provide excellent reliability as well as the option, using an optimum combination of GNSS receiver data and inertial sensors, to provide 'hybrid' position and attitude information with a high bandwidth and low noise for navigation and flight control.
Dr. Uwe Herberth
Something that functions reliably and safely in practice is a complex process in theory. Talk to us if you are interested in the design and development of highly reliable, safety-relevant inertial sensors and systems.
Operational excellence means examining all processes right across the company to identify areas for potention improvement. In particular, digitalisation is a top priority. This is LITEF's focus to secure solid and sustainable competitive advantages.
Program Management Office
Our employees are experts, engineers, technical specialists, supervisors and skilled operatives. They are all experts; not only in aviation but also in the areas of defence and industrial applications. Considering where and how our products are deployed makes a good work ethic even more important; our employees work diligently and precisely, and are prepared to learn something new with every project. Hence, LITEF offers a broad range of further training options.