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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Smartphones and Tablets to Drive MEMS Sensor and Audio Devices Market to More Than $1.5 Billion by 2016

Contributed by ABI Research LONDON – September 20, 2011 MEMS vendors range from large multi-national and multi-product suppliers such as STMicroelectronics, Bosch, Texas Instruments, and Freescale Semiconductors, down to suppliers focused on the MEMS market with relatively small product portfolios such as VTI, InvenSense, and Memstech. Each vendor is vying for a slice of a […]

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MEMS News Update

A*STAR IME, University of Washington team up to provide silicon photonics platform (tags: mems news member) Side Exit Accelerometer features built-in temperature sensor; Meggitt Sensing Systems Releases Wilcoxon Research Side Exit Accelerometer with Built In Temperature Sensor (tags: mems news) Lam Research hires CEO from within (tags: mems news member)

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The Changing Landscape of MEMS Foundry Models: Understanding In-house, Fab-lite and Fabless

MEMS Executive Congress 2011 November 2-3, 2011 Monterey Plaza Resort & Spa An annual executive forum promoting the commercialization of MEMS “One size fits all” just does not apply in MEMS manufacturing. Heterogeneous models—in-house, fab-lite and fabless—offer flexible approaches to the varied requirements of MEMS fabrication, empowering companies to make the choices that will keep […]

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