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HARVESTER-NAVI: Innovation to help the forest of the future
The most reliable technology from Metirionic integrated in Harvester navigation systems improve the forest management and the safety of the forest workers.
Metirionic joins AMA Association for Sensors and Measurement
Metirionic GmbH is now a member of the AMA Association for Sensors and Measurement.
Now available new DMK-215
Our new DMK-215 Demo-Kit to evaluate our MARS technology is now available.
New Head of Sales - Rainer Ihra
Rainer Ihra has joined Metirionic as Head of Sales effective July 1st.
Latest Technology revealed
Metririonic revealed it’s latest technology yesterday at the embedded world.
Win a Metirionic Demo-Kit at embedded world 22
Win our Metirionic Demo-Kit at the embedded world 22. Come an visit us in hall 3A booth 323b.
Visit us at embedded world 2022
Visit us from June 21 – 23, 2022 at embedded world exhibition & conference, the world’s leading trade fair on embedded systems, in Nuremberg. You will find us at booth 323b in hall 3A.
Self-adaptive radio-based indoor/outdoor positioning
A conventional, lane-guided automated guided vehicle (AGV) is to be converted into a self-navigating AGV, without mechanical lane shifting.
Funded project IVS-LOK successfully finished
The project “IVS-LOK – Lane-Specific Localization for Intelligent Traffic Systems” arose from the working group “Communication and Localization Technologies for Networked Vehicles” and was intended to create the basis for lane-selective positioning of networked vehicles.
Funded project IVS-AMP successfully finished
A functional prototype, which supports tracking, localization and navigation in parking garages has been built.
Metirionic as a new member of the DigiShip network
We became member of the DigiShip e. V. network which supports waterway transportation
Measurements at the WTC Parking Garage Dresden
Measuring below surface in a parking garage in Dresden’s World Trade Center