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MSEC 2019: MEMS and Sensors Have a Lot to offer for System Designers

MSEC 2019: MEMS and Sensors Have a Lot to offer for System Designers

At MSEC 2019 in San Diego, CA, MEMS and sensors experts gathered to exchange ideas about how to utilize the many strengths microelectromechanical systems (MEMS) and sensors to enhance the capabilities of electronic systems. Many focused on adding AI to their devices to provide higher-value solutions. »

The Decade Ahead: Emerging MEMS and Sensors Technologies to Watch

The Decade Ahead: Emerging MEMS and 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, expects to continue. While many of these potentially game-changing new technologies will require many more years of intensive development and up t... »

Technical Tidbits from IWLPC and MSEC 2017

Technical Tidbits from IWLPC and MSEC 2017

It’s been a busy few weeks for me as I attended both the International Wafer Level Packaging Conference (IWLPC), October 24-26, 2017 at the DoubleTree in San Jose and SEMI-MSIG’s MEMS and Sensors Executive Congress, October 31-Nov. 2, at the Hayes Mansion in San Jose. In addition to taking in some great keynotes and technical sessions, I had the opportunity to meet with several companies to fi... »