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Technology and Trends

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.

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The Tech Inside the Magic: A Top Disney Engineer Keynotes at Virtual MSEC 2020

At the 1964 New York World’s Fair, Walt Disney and his team of Imagineers debuted Audio-Animatronics® in four attractions, Great Moments with Mr. Lincoln, General Electric Carousel of Progress, Ford Magic Skyway, and it’s a small world. As “a new...

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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...

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Augmenting Reality with MEMS Sensors

Jack McCauley understands the interplay between video game hardware and human interaction like few others in the industry. He designed the guitar and drums for Red Octane’s (later Activision’s) Guitar Hero video game series. As co-founder and...

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Beyond Yardsticks: Time-of-Flight Sensors Measure Social Distancing

Earlier this year when the novel coronavirus, SARS-CoV-2, began sprinting around the world, public health officials told us that social distancing was the most effective way to slow its spread. We’re now many months into the pandemic, and social...

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MEMS and Sensors Fuel Intelligence Movement - Part 2

Part 2 of 2-part series on MSEC 2019 highlights.

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MEMS and Sensors Fuel Intelligence Movement - Part 1

Part of 1 of 2-part series on MSEC 2019 highlights.

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The Decade Ahead: Emerging MEMS & Sensors Technologies to Watch

Most of today’s blockbuster MEMS products – from pressure sensors and resonators to accelerometers and microphones – originated from academic research, a trend that Alissa M. Fitzgerald, Founder & Managing Member, A.M. Fitzgerald & Associates,...

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Meeting Large-Scale Needs of the Digital Future with MEMS

Smart cities of the digital future will employ systems enabled by MEMS and sensors in wide-ranging ways. From wearable sensors that monitor personal health and wellness and environmental sensors that assess air quality to autonomous micro-transit...

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Software Synthesis and AI Make Consumer Products Smarter

Software for sensors has evolved from simply reading out and evaluating sensor data to making intelligent decisions based on that data, a transformation enabled by new software synthesis and artificial intelligence (AI) technologies. Together,...

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