Precision Sensor Expertise
IC2 employs MEMS manufacturing and micromachining to produce our sensors. When used skillfully, MEMS can maximize performance, spatial resolution and consistency (for sensor-to-sensor matching). Our micromachining employs:
- thin-films for increasing bandwidth and dynamic range
- photolithographically-defined features for precision, uniformity and high spatial resolution.
- backside contacts and advanced packaging techniques to enable truly flush-mounted sensors that are hydraulically smooth for minimal flow disturbance.
All our sensors are then put through a rigorous characterization process, including careful calibration, environmental testing and high-fidelity ground and flight testing in operational environments.
Scientific-Grade Measurement Tools
Experienced Test and Measurement Background
IC2 regularly partners with industry leaders in aerospace vehicle development and testing and works closely with key government R&D labs across NASA and DOD to address the most critical measurement gaps of today and continue to push the state of the art in precision sensing.
The end result of this combination of precision sensor expertise and deep aerospace test knowledge is a suite of scientific-grade measurement tools that offer higher bandwidth, greater dynamic range, increased accuracy and precision, and better spatial resolution than the competition; all designed explicitly for the challenging environment of aerospace measurements.