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Mirrorcle announces availability of MEMS-based Laser Q-switch modules

Mirrorcle Technologies’ gimbal-less MEMS mirrors are now available with high reflectivity (HR) dielectric coatings for use in compact, short-pulse, Q-switched lasers, the California-based manufacturer of patented beam-steering micromirrors.

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Megachips to launch DSP-based sensor fusion IC

The battle over sensor fusion chips heats up.

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Multitest’s MEMS and sensor test and calibration portfolio supports the increasing functionalities of mobile phones

Multitest meets performance and cost requirements of today’s mobile applications.

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Sensors in motion launches MEMS-based inertial Nav system

Sensors in Motion Delivers First MEMS Navigation Grade System to Enable Drones, Cars, Increased Food and Energy Production.

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X-FAB MEMS foundry wins “foundry of the year” award at MEMS executive congress

Honored for Best in MEMS and Sensors Innovation; Named Runner-Up for “MEMS Supplier of the Year” Award.

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STMicroelectronics, AKM, InvenSense and Bosch Sensortec, the “big 4” companies in inertial MEMS, share 75% of the consumer inertial combos market

Combo sensors continue their growth in a market expected to reach US$ 1.4 billion in 2019 overcoming discrete sensors. Yole Développement (Yole) the market research and strategy consulting company, proposes a deep analysis of the inertial combos for consumer application, with its new report, “6&9 Axis Sensors Consumer Inertial Combos”.

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