Think small. That was our focus when we partnered with Draper Laboratory to make micro electromechanical sensors (MEMS) technology work in guidance and navigation systems. A high-performance inertial package which used to require 33 cubic inches of space will be reduced to 2 cubic inches. Making it smaller and lighter has made it more economical. It's also the next big step to putting sophisticated guidance controls on a chip.
Some additional facts:
Tailored and enhanced our high-volume military inertial product for space applications
Based on inertial measurement system of choice for future high-volume commercial and military programs