As theft rates continue to rise, utility operators are establishing stringent smart meter system requirements designed to eliminate tampering and protect revenue. One common method of stealing electricity involves using an external magnet to tamper with a smart meter so that the meter undercounts or stops working altogether.
As conventional surgical instrumentation continues to give way to advanced console- and camera-based systems, surgeons are able to operate on patients with exceptional precision.
As the patient's knee is put through a full sweep of motion, the surgeon relies on the positioning and dynamics captured by the ADI IMU to quickly determine the precise orientation of the femoral cutting block.
The ADI iSensor IMU designed into the KneeAlign 2 System provides six-degrees-of-freedom measurement via three accelerometers and three gyroscopes that sense linear motion and angular motion, respectively. The iSensor IMU is capable of precisely tracking an instrument's motion on all axes, even during demanding operating conditions.
The compact IMU device provides access to both calibrated and dynamically compensated sensor data over a standard digital SPI interface, and offers the ability to digitally tune the sensor filtering and processing to adapt to multiple application scenarios.
The availability of precise inertial data over a simple digital interface, out of the box, allowed the OrthAlign design team to save years of development time in bringing this revolutionary product to market.
With the ease of use available from traditional instrumentation, OrthAlign's KneeAlign 2 System has received k clearance from the FDA Food and Drug Administration as being substantially equivalent to camera-based, large-console computer-assisted surgery systems for tibial and femoral measurement.
These larger, significantly more expensive and complex systems have been shown to result in knee replacement alignment outcomes of approximately 91 percent accuracy, compared to 68 percent accuracy yielded via conventional, mechanical surgery.Abstract.
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