Yole Développement is organizing its annual MEMS Market briefing at Micromachine/MEMS 2012, on July 12. Feel free to attend and discover the MEMS world – FREE ADMISSION
Yole Développement is glad to announce its annual MEMS Market briefing "Mobile applications are shaping tomorrow’s MEMS industry". This event will take place on July 12 at Micromachine/MEMS 2012 (Tokyo, July 11-13), at 10:30 AM - FREE ADMISSION.
Join the Market Briefing to listen to the following presentations:
The Growth of the MEMS Business
This presentation will provide an overview of Yole Développement’s business approach, market forecasts and strategy analysis of key aspects of the worldwide MEMS market:
- MEMS market in 2011: what happened, why, how
- Top 30 MEMS player ranking
- Business model analysis
- MEMS forecast through 2017
- Key drivers for future growth and success
Yutaka Katano, General Manager, Japan Office, Yole Développement
New MEMS opportunities in cell phones and tablets: What will be the new killer apps?
As the global MEMS industry is now driven by high volume consumer applications, there are still a limited number of MEMS products which benefit from this wave: motion sensors, microphones, microphones. But the MEMS industry keeps innovating, and many new types of MEMS start to be integrated in mobile devices: 6 to 9DOF inertial combos, RF MEMS tuners, auto-focus…. The global growth in smartphones and tablets as well as the integration of novel functions means that the future is bright for consumer MEMS!
Laurent Robin, Activity Leader, Inertial MEMS Devices & Technologies, Yole Développement
Teardowns and cost analyses: MEMS microphones technical and cost review
With an annual growth rate of 24%, MEMS Microphone market is growing very fast recently. Mobile phones in general and especially smart phone applications are driving the market, but other consumer electronics devices such as notebooks and tablets are adopting more and more MEMS microphones as well. We will review six MEMS microphones supplied by Knowles, AAC Acoustics, Akustica, Analog Devices, STMicroelectronics and Epcos. The MEMS microphones will be compared in terms of structure, package and MEMS technology to provide an overview on the state of the art in the design and manufacturing of various MEMS microphones.
Romain Fraux, Electronics Cost Engineer, System Plus Consulting
For more information, please contact S. Leroy