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Jason CHANG
Customer Manager at J-mex Inc.
Hsinchu, Taiwan
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Company Website:J-mex Inc.

ABOUT J-MEX:

Motion Sensing, Tracking, Monitoring and Control

J-MEX Inc., (formerly known as IMU Solutions, Inc.) established in January, 2006 and headquartered at Hsinchu Science-based Industrial Park, Taiwan, is one of the major MEMS (Micro-Electro-Mechanical System) applications company, specializing in the inertial measurement module design and service.

With many years of the accerlerometer design, manufacturing and testing experiences as core advantages and relying on competitive advantages of IT and EMS market in Taiwan, J-MEX develops the MEMS application products and services toward IT application markets.

J-MEX's management team has dedicated substantial resources in the research and development of MEMS technology and its related applications for several years. Thus, J-MEX is now a leader on MEMS related applications in Taiwan market.

With advanced MEMS technology, an inertial-based module design and service, J-MEX offers complete solutions to deliver successful results for its customers.

In the short term, J-MEX's market strategy is to focus on customer electronic applications market and plans expansion of its application toward automotive and other related markets in the near future.

PRODUCTS:

Presenter and Remote-

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  • Navii® Airmouse

  • Navii® Keyboard Remote

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  • Navii® Presenter

OTT Interactive Solution01

Digital Levels-

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  • Inclinometer (eLevel-600)
  • High Accuracy Digital Inclinometer (ANGLE 360)
  • Inclinometer Module (eLevel L Type)

Gimbal System-

A gimbal is a pivoted support that allows the rotation of an object about a single axis. A set of three gimbals, one mounted on the other with orthogonal pivot axes, may be used to allow an object mounted on the innermost gimbal to remain independent of the rotation of its support (e.g. vertical in the first animation). For example, on a ship, the gyroscopes, shipboard compasses, stoves, and even drink holders typically use gimbals to keep them upright with respect to the horizon despite the ship’s pitching and rolling.