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Technology and Trends

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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MEMS Sensors – Enabling the Smart Car Revolution

By Emmy Yi

Stefano Zanella, Head of Automotive, Industrial and Location Businesses, TDK InvenSense will present at next month’s SEMICON Taiwan (September 18-20, 2019 in Taipei City, Taiwan). SEMI Taiwan’s Emmy Yi spoke with Stefano for a preview of his talk.

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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...

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Emerging MEMS and Sensor Technologies to Watch – 2019 and Beyond

When developing industry forecasts, market analysts gather data from hundreds of companies to provide actionable insights on established technologies and to identify near-term business opportunities. As a developer of new MEMS and sensor...

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Cybersecurity and Industry-Government Collaboration Hot Topics at MEMS & Sensors Executive Congress 2018

SEMI-MEMS & Sensors Industry Group (MSIG) welcomed a global group of industry executives to its 14th annual MEMS & Sensors Executive Congress (MSEC), October 29-30, 2018 in Napa, Calif. MEMS and sensors represent a robust sector of the electronic...

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Autonomy Value — The Next Value for Sensors Suppliers

Nicolas Sauvage, senior director of Ecosystem at TDK InvenSense, will present at the fast-approaching MEMS & Sensors Executive Congress on October 29-30, 2018 in Napa, Calif. SEMI’s Nishita Rao spoke with Sauvage to offer MSEC attendees advance...

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Sensors in the New Age of the Car

Sensors are inextricably linked to the future requirements of partially and fully autonomous vehicles. From highly granular dead-reckoning subsystems that rely on industrial-strength gyroscopes for superior navigation to more intelligent and...

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The Future of MEMS and Sensors: Beyond Human Senses

2017 was a good year for the MEMS and sensors business, and that upward trend should continue. We forecast extended strong growth for the sensors and actuators market, reaching more than $100 billion in 2023 for a total of 185 billion units....

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