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Christian Danz, Martin Noll, Christoph Gauger, Jens Schick: Parking aid. Robert Bosch, Kenyon & Kenyon, October 13, 2009: US07602312 (3 worldwide citation)

A parking aid for a vehicle used for detecting parking spaces as the vehicle travels past the parking spaces. Properties of the parking spaces are stored in a memory and information on the parking spaces is output in an output unit.


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Johannes Classen, Christoph Gauger: Micromechanical structures. Robert Bosch, Kenyon & Kenyon, May 20, 2014: US08726731 (3 worldwide citation)

A micromechanical structure including a substrate having a main plane of extension, and including a first seismic mass, the first seismic mass including a grid structure made of intersecting first mass lines and the first seismic mass being flexibly secured with the aid of first bending-spring eleme ...


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Johannes Classen, Christoph Gauger, Patrick Wellner: Method for operating and/or for measuring a micromechanical device, and micromechanical device. Robert Bosch, Kenyon & Kenyon, March 22, 2016: US09291455 (1 worldwide citation)

A method for operating and/or measuring a micromechanical device. The device has a first and second seismic mass which are movable by oscillation relative to a substrate; a first drive device for deflecting the first seismic mass and a second drive device for deflecting the second seismic mass, para ...


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Joerg Hauer, Christoph Gauger: Quadrature compensation for a rotation-rate sensor. Robert Bosch, Kenyon & Kenyon, February 18, 2014: US08650954 (1 worldwide citation)

A rotation-rate sensor includes a substrate having a surface, a movable element situated above the surface, which is deflectable based on a Coriolis force along a first axis that runs perpendicular to the surface, a driving device which is prepared to activate the movable element along a second axis ...


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Johannes Classen, Christoph Gauger: Method for compensating for quadrature. Robert Bosch, Kenyon & Kenyon, July 9, 2013: US08479555

A method for compensating for the quadrature of a micromechanical structure, the micromechanical structure having a substrate having a main extension plane, a seismic mass that is attached by spring elements to the substrate, and first and second compensation electrodes anchored to the substrate; in ...


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Markus Heitz, Christoph Gauger, Sebastian Gracki, Patrick Wellner: Sensor structure and yaw rate sensor. Robert Bosch, Norton Rose Fulbright US, September 27, 2016: US09453927

A sensor structure includes a substrate having a main extension plane, a first seismic mass and a second seismic mass, the first and the second seismic masses being deflectable relative to the substrate along a direction of deflection essentially perpendicular to the main extension plane. The first ...


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Christoph Gauger, Markus Heitz: Micromechanical component having a damping device. Robert Bosch, Kenyon & Kenyon, December 8, 2015: US09206033

A micromechanical component including a mass structure which may be deflected with respect to a substrate with the aid of at least one spiral spring in a direction of deflection. The spiral spring includes at least one folding section, which is formed by two spring legs which are situated essentiall ...


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Christian Danz, Martin Noll, Christoph Gauger, Jens Schick: Parking aid. Kenyon & Kenyon, June 29, 2006: US20060139181-A1

A parking aid for a vehicle used for detecting parking spaces as the vehicle travels past the parking spaces. Properties of the parking spaces are stored in a memory and information on the parking spaces is output in an output unit.


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Johannes Classen, Christoph Gauger: Method for compensating for quadrature. June 23, 2011: US20110153251-A1

A method for compensating for the quadrature of a micromechanical structure, the micromechanical structure having a substrate having a main extension plane, a seismic mass that is attached by spring elements to the substrate, and first and second compensation electrodes anchored to the substrate; in ...


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Joerg Hauer, Christoph Gauger: Quadrature compensation for a rotation-rate sensor. Kenyon & Kenyon, June 3, 2010: US20100132461-A1

A rotation-rate sensor includes a substrate having a surface, a movable element situated above the surface, which is deflectable based on a Coriolis force along a first axis that runs perpendicular to the surface, a driving device which is prepared to activate the movable element along a second axis ...