I know that after using up rockets and before reaching final orbit, satellites use Earth, Sun, Star trackers to find the absolute position depending on the application and orbit. After that, they use those sensors in combination with gyroscopes and magnetometers to stay in orbit.
But I want to know what specific types of sensors are used during the takeoff as the rocket does not change orientation that much and also has lots of vibrations from the engine.
I can guess that it has to do something with the centre of mass control but what sensor exactly is used?
Edit(More context): Some old rockets use just spin stabilization to average out any disturbances during takeoff but Modern Rockets can orient the thrust from main engine in many ways depending on the design of Engine, so it needs some input from some sensor that is sensitive to slight change and also robust to withstand vibrations.