MEMS Executive Congress Europe

“MEMS is only limited by the imagination” was the title of the opening keynote presented by ST’s Carmelo Papa at MEMS Executive Congress Europe and in many ways this phrase perfectly summarizes the conference itself. All of the speakers on our four panels – industrial, biomedical/Quality of Life (QoL), automotive and consumer – as well as our keynotes – all conveyed that frontier feeling that MEMS can truly change the world. Sure we have some challenges to overcome (biggest being packaging), but the potential of having MEMS (frickin’) everywhere is a very tangible reality, if any of the predictions of MEMS Executive Congress Europe come true.

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Source form for eCompass software and 4 and 7 element magnetic routines (Yes!)

By Michael Stanley Originally posted on Freescale’s The Embedded Beat Blog Last week, Freescale made its eCompass and 4 and 7 element magnetic compensation routines available in (drum roll please!) source form. Getting access is easy. Let me take you through the steps…. Open your web browser to http://www.freescale.com/webapp/sps/site/prod_summary.jsp?code=eCompass Click on the “ECOMPASS_SW: eCompass Software” […]

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MEMS Industry Group Launches MEMS Conference Track at DESIGN West 2012

MIG speakers to address MEMS in Quality of Life/biomedical, consumer products, sports and the smart grid at Sensors in Design DESIGN West 2012 PITTSBURGH–(BUSINESS WIRE)–MEMS Industry Group® (MIG), the industry organization advancing micro-electromechanical systems (MEMS) across global markets, will kick off a two-day conference program exploring MEMS in vertical markets at UBM Electronics’ conference-within-a-conference: Sensors […]

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MEMS and Consumer Products at MEMS Executive Congress Europe

March 20, 2012 Hotel Novotel Zurich Airport Messe An executive forum promoting the commercialization of MEMS The consumer and mobile MEMS market will reach US$4.4 billion by 20151. That’s an extraordinary number of accelerometers, magnetic compasses, optical MEMS, silicon microphones, gyros and pressure sensors. Emerging MEMS devices such as tunable RF-MEMS components and MEMS timing […]

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