When the Small Become Mighty: Sensors Fuel Transformation in Mobility
Connectivity. Electrification. Shared Mobility. Autonomous Driving. McKinsey & Company cites these four disruptive trends behind future mobility — dynamics that could help to transform quality of life for hundreds of millions of people.
What’s Driving the Next 10 Years of MEMS?
MEMS sensors have come a long way over the past few decades. The late 1990’s brought us the mass production of both MEMS accelerometers for automotive air bag crash sensors and MEMS gyros for rollover detection and anti-locking braking systems...
Microelectronics Power the Future of Mobility – Part 1: Autonomous, Connected, Electric and Shared
As the amount of electronics in automobiles continues to increase, it is becoming more common to hear a vehicle referred to as a “computer on wheels.” To that end, innovation occurs at the intersection of automotive and microelectronics so that...
First Autonomous Vehicle – Complete with License Plate – Verified for Open Road Use in Asia
A Glimpse into the Future at FLEX/MEMS & Sensors Technical Congress
A short trip to Monterey, California provided an exciting glimpse into what is in store for the future. Along with 550 attendees and 60 exhibitors, I took a quick visit through the aisles and conference venue to find several exciting developments...