With the requirements in the next decade for airplanes to fly with much reduced emissions, or to use carbon-neural fuels, inertial sensors will have to be further deployed to optimise attitude control, to reduce deformation of aircrafts structures, to define best routes and trajectories, but also to assist for autonomous taxi before take-off and after landing.

In the commercial space sector, new requirements emerge for accessing space, for low cost accurate earth observation payloads, and for global internet and telecommunication platforms using constellation of satellites. This requires high-accuracy miniature long-life gyroscopes which can be operated under vacuum and radiations, with no performance deviation over mission durations of 10+ years.