Moasure Launches The World's First Motion-Based Measuring Tool
UK-based startup, Moasure announced the release of Moasure ONE, the world’s first motion-measuring tool. An all-in-one compact tool for measuring in 1D, 2D and 3D, diameter, circumference, angles and levels, Moasure ONE measures in 24 different ways just by moving around.
This cutting-edge technology is packed into a device that fits in the palm of your hand.
Motion-measuring is the technology used in rocket guidance systems to keep track of movement in 3D space. Moasure ONE uses this same technology to take and calculate precise measurements. Using accelerometers, gyros and magnetometers, it plots its three-dimensional position in any space to measure distance, angle, level, and more.
Moasure has been named one of the 12 finalists at LaunchIt, the prestigious event that helps entrepreneurs and startups raise early seed capital. Judges select from more than 1,100 young, innovative, and transformative startups that exhibit in Eureka Park, a marketplace within the 2019 Consumer Electronics Shows (CES) where entrepreneurs and startups launch new products and ideas to an audience of retailers, venture capitalists, manufacturers and others. More details here
Alan Rock, CEO & Founder of, Moasure had this to say: “We’re excited that our world launch of Moasure ONE is at CES 2019. Motion-based measuring really is the future for measuring and it’s great this has been recognised by our shortlisting as 1 of 12 finalists at LaunchIt - the prestigious startup pitch event for the most innovative tech at CES”
Find Moasure at Booth 51441, Eureka Park
For more information, please visit www.moasure.com
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