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Internet of Moving Things:

It’s here. And it’s all around us. From smartphones and tablets, to smart clothing and wearables. It's the Internet of Moving Things -- and mCube’s innovative motion sensing technology is making it easy, cost effective and real. The world’s smallest sensors are doing some pretty big things. And the potential for a sensor on anything that moves is massive.

LET’S GET MOVING

Monolithic, Single-Chip MEMS:

It’s time for a change. Big, bulky, multi-chip motion sensors struggle to meet the new age needs of wearable and consumer mobile devices. mCube’s approach? Keep it simple and small. As small as a grain of sand, our sensors are easy to integrate with other components, quickly customizable, CMOS-ready and cost effective. The era of Sensor 3.0 has arrived.

EXPLORE THE POSSIBILITIES
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News & Press Releases:

  • Kinduct Technologies and iMD Health Global announce partnership

    Halifax, Nova Scotia – February 8, 2021 – Kinduct Technologies (Kinduct) is pleased to announce an important partnership with iMD Health Global (a CloudMD Software & Services subsidiary) (iMD) – a software company focused on health education – to provide credible health rehabilitation and wellness educational resources, to their customers across North America.

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  • mCube Acquires Kinduct to Expand SaaS Offering

    San Jose, CA – Sept 22, 2020 – mCube, an innovator and technology leader in sensor solutions that enable the Internet of Moving Things (IoMT), today announced the acquisition of Kinduct. A market leader in the athlete and health data management space, Kinduct’s platform is used by performance staff around the world in professional, collegiate and Olympic sports as a tool to consolidate athlete data, find actionable insights and deliver programming that impacts performance outcomes on a daily basis.

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  • mCube MEMS Motion Sensors Enable SensFit Habit+ Band

    San Jose, CA – June 8, 2019 – mCube, the provider of the world’s smallest and lowest power MEMS motion sensor solutions today announced the new SensFit™ Habit+ Band is enabled by mCube’s low-power MEMS motion sensors. The Habit+ Band incorporates AI algorithms in an innovative design to help promote healthy habits by monitoring face touches, exercise, sleep, heart rate, and hand washing.

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  • mCube and Fanmode Introduce Sports Wearable Solution in South Africa

    San Jose, CA – April 15, 2020 – mCube, the provider of the world’s smallest and lowest power MEMS motion sensor solutions today announced that mCube’s smart wristband product is adopted by Fanmode South Africa. In a partnership with Castle Lager which recently launched their “Heartbeat of the Nation” campaign (https://www.castlelager.co.za/), the wristbands are used to support the South African Rugby team “Springboks” in the 2019 world cup tournament.

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  • mCube Announces MM8003 Orientation Sensor Module

    San Jose, CA – November 25, 2019 – mCube, provider of the world’s smallest and lowest power MEMS motion sensors today announced the general availability of the MM8003, a precision 9-axis Orientation Sensor Module (OSM) with wired (USB) and wireless (Bluetooth 5.0) connectivity that provides fused sensor data (Quaternion, Euler Angles, Linear Acceleration, Gravity, Heading) or raw data output using a 3-axis gyroscope, a 3-axis accelerometer, and a 3-axis magnetometer.

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  • mCube Announces New High-Resolution 3-Axis Accelerometers

    San Jose, CA – September 11, 2019 – mCube, provider of the world’s smallest and lowest power MEMS motion sensors today announced the general availability of the MC3419 and MC3479 integrated digital output 3-axis accelerometers. These devices are optimized for the latest generation of smartphones and consumer products. They can be utilized to implement user interface, activity tracking and power management functions that are being widely adopted in the latest devices.

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  • mCube Ships 500-Millionth Accelerometer

    mCube, provider of the world’s smallest and lowest power MEMS motion sensors announced that mCube has surpassed 500 million units in cumulative shipments of its industry leading accelerometer products

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