Tronics Microsystems SA is a European manufacturer of inertial MEMS sensors, majority-owned by TDK since 2017.
Tronics Microsystems is a recognized technological leader in the field of high performance inertial MEMS sensors. We are part of TDK Sensors Systems Business Company, a division of TDK Corporation, which offers one of the largest portfolio of sensors in the world. TDK SSBC also include Invensense, Micronas, ICsense, TDK Pressure and Temperature Sensors (ex-Epcos) and TDK Magnetic Sensors.
We are a European manufacturer of high performance MEMS inertial sensors and a provider of inertial MEMS foundry services. We address demanding markets relying on increasing miniaturization and cost reduction of high performance navigation devices. We provide standard and custom inertial MEMS products especially to the industrial, energy, railway, marine and aerospace markets.
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