Muse has been used in a range of wearable and IoT devices created by global enterprises, innovative startups and world-leading researchers. It can measure acceleration, angular rates, 3D rotation, magnetic fields, temperature, humidity, proximity, ambient light, ambient pressure, voice and acoustic signals.
Customers with a variety of requirements appreciate the versatility of Muse. Some of them need a small form factor and low power consumption, using it as an inertial sensor or a wireless data logger, for example. Others use it as an ambient sensor, such as an air temperature sensor, an ambient temperature sensor or a humidity sensor, often in combination with IMU / AHRS features. Thanks to its onboard Bluetooth Low Energy, it can also be used as a beacon sensor.
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Many Muse users appreciate its ability to future-proof their design. They can upgrade their product with new features through a simple software update without changing the hardware. However, if this is not required in your project, we can create a customized Muse version for high quantities.
How is Muse Better than
a Low-cost IMU?
Don’t you hate it when you have to spend days and nights debugging unstable connections or out-of-sync multi-sensor data? And what about when you run into some hardware issues and the project goes haywire with no one there to support you? While the initial cost of such hardware could be tempting, its total cost of ownership (TCO) is often much less attractive. Not to mention the risk of ending up with a poor-quality product.
Our customers choose Muse for its tried-and-tested build quality, which allows peace of mind while developing their high-quality products. They also appreciate our trusted support that provides all the help they need during all phases of the project.