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Sensirion presents the smallest and most accurate gas and pressure sensors

Excellence in every dimension: Gas, Pressure, Humidity, and Temperature.


Tronics expands its business model to mobile and wearable applications with the licensing of its combo sensors based on disruptive Magelan and M&NEMS technologies

Tronics has stepped up its strategic deployment by providing the industry with the most advanced solutions for mobile and wearable applications. This key milestone enables the Company to offer state of the art products and technologies to new players in high volume markets.


Are new technologies for Non Volatile Memories really about to start high volume production?

NVM new technologies have been developed in the last 25 years in order to replace flash and DRAM memories, either on niche applications (like FRAM) or for mainstream business, with limited impact up to now. But a series of new technologies (and companies) are now entering volume production, using resistive RAM, magnetic RAM technologies… Let’s discover with Ishai Naveh, co-founder and Vice President of Marketing and Business Development for Adesto Technologies, how the company is envisioning the evolution of its business.


Memory underdogs rise by 2020

Emerging kinds of non-volatile memory chips will get traction in mainstream applications by 2020, but DRAM and NAND will continue to dominate for years.


ST enables new waves in swimming aids

Instabeat’s heads-up display monitor uses ST’s sensors, processors, power management, and wireless connectivity.


MIG announces finalists for MEMS & sensors technology showcase

Five companies compete for best MEMS/sensors-based application at MEMS Executive Congress Europe 2015

MEMS Industry Group (MIG) is bringing its popular MEMS & Sensors Technology Showcase to MEMS Executive Congress® Europe for the first time. Selected from a pool of applicants, finalist companies will demo their MEMS/sensors-based applications as they vie for attendees' votes.



MIG 2011
> MEMS Executive Congress Europe
(March 9 - March 11, Copenhagen, Denmark)

> Sensor + Test
(May 19 - May 22, Nuremberg, Germany)