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About Sensonor

Sensonor designs and manufactures high-precision tactical grade gyro sensors, gyro modules, and IMUs for demanding applications. The company serves a global customer base in the Defense, Industrial, Aerospace and Commercial markets with ITAR-free solutions utilized in a wide range of applications. The company was founded in 1985 and is based in Skoppum, Norway.

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Langmyra 6

Skoppum, 3195,


+47 3303 5000

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Sensonor Patents

Sensonor has filed 4 patents.

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Sensors, Aircraft instruments, Gas sensors, Transducers, Particle detectors


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Sensors, Aircraft instruments, Gas sensors, Transducers, Particle detectors



Sensonor Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

  • When was Sensonor founded?

    Sensonor was founded in 1985.

  • Where is Sensonor's headquarters?

    Sensonor's headquarters is located at Langmyra 6, Skoppum.

  • Who are Sensonor's competitors?

    Competitors of Sensonor include Advanced Navigation and 4 more.

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