I have a question, do you usually use sensors like accelerometer and gyroscope with integrated sensor fusion software, or do you develop such software yourself? And are there combinations with integrated SF software for any combination of accelerometer, gyroscope and magnetometer? Thanks.
The sensor suppliers usually offer their own sensor fusion software but there are sensor fusion software suppliers whose products work with the different sensors that are available. Companies like Movea, Xsens and others offer just the software.
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