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Technology and Trends

Tackling the Power Problem in Portable Voice-First Devices

Every day it seems like a new portable voice-first device is coming to market. From smart speakers small enough to fit in your pocket to tiny wireless earbuds and voice-activated TV remote controls, we are using voice increasingly to play music,...

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Smart Parking and Sensors in the Age of IoT

Why Is Smart Parking a Hot Topic?

Poorly managed parking resources have a substantial negative impact on cities — one that has been well-documented. According to industry studies, poorly managed parking:

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Unlocking Accurate Chemical Sensing on the Go

Air pollution is one of the grand challenges facing the entire planet — from the wealthiest nations to the least developed. The World Health Organization reports that nine out of 10 people breathe air containing high levels of pollutants, and...

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A Field of Sensor Dreams

At the SEMI FLEX 2019 and MEMS & Sensors Technical Congress (MSTC) (MSTC) February 18-21 in Monterey, California, I had the pleasure of meeting many old friends and colleagues as well as making some great new acquaintances. With MEMS and sensors...

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Sensor Accuracy: Critical Metric in Automotive, Industrial, Consumer Markets

As group vice president of the Analog & MEMS Group and general manager of the MEMS Sensor division at STMicroelectronics, Andrea Onetti brings nearly three decades of experience in MEMS, sensors and audio systems to his leadership role at one of...

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ePaper 2.0: Color and Video Come to Electronic Paper

With over 25 years of experience in the technology industry, Sri Peruvemba, CMO of CLEARink Displays, is a longtime advocate of electronic display technology. During his presentation at FLEX and MEMS & Sensors Technical Congress 2019, February...

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Skin-Like Biocompatible Devices Come to Market – and to FLEX/MSTC

Photo on left: My Skin Track pH by L'Oréal Group’s La Roche-Posay – the first wearable sensor and companion app to easily measure personal skin pH levels – leverages two decades of microfluidic and soft materials research in Professor John...

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Boosting Sensing for Autonomy in Agriculture

Jason Jelinek, a software technical manager at John Deere Electronics Solutions, has parlayed his more than two decades of embedded software engineering experience into commercializing controls and sensing technologies for rugged/harsh...

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Takeaway Trends from European MEMS & Sensors Summit

Data management tools need to become whip-smart, multi-sensor packages are the real deal, and a renewed emphasis on safety has thrust ADAS sensor systems into the spotlight. These were among the latest industry insights served up to the more than...

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