MicroStrain is a privately held company, founded in 1987, employing 46 people. Annual sales for 2009 are estimated to reach $10 million of which 20 percent will be international product sales. MicroStrain is a leading manufacturer of inertial measurement systems, micro-displacement transducers, and wireless sensing networks. MicroStrain’s sensing systems are used in a wide variety of applications, including testing new designs, controlling critical processes, navigating unmanned vehicles, and monitoring the health of structures and machines.
Click here for a story about MicroStrain from the first Vermont 3.0 Creative Technology Career Jam:
Sensor and Sensibility, Seven Days, 1/23/08