Gyroscope application

gyroscope is a sensor that measures the angular or angular rate of a moving carrier and is ubiquitous around us. For example, the airplane’s smooth flight according to a predetermined course is due to the heading and attitude navigation system consisting of a gyroscope. Ships sailing in the vast sea without losing their directions are due to the compass formed by the gyroscope. Accurate guidance of missiles in the field of defense, long-term navigation of submarines lurking underwater, and the stability of the moving tanks to maintain artillery and sighting systems are inseparable from gyroscopes. In the field of the national economy, geodetic surveys, tunnel excavation, precise positioning of engineering surveys, precise orientation of oil drilling, and precise control of robot movements are indispensable for gyroscopes. Therefore, the application of gyroscopes is very extensive and it is closely related to our lives.


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