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Oct 23rd, 2013
 
MEMS in Motion: a special focus on toys & consumer applications
 
MEMS in Motion Collaboration Summit 2013, powered by Yole Développement.
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Yole Développement organizes for the third time, MEMS in Motion 2013. Our event takes place in Sonoma, California, from Nov. 4 to 6 - prior to MIG MEMS Executive Congress. Yole Développement's team and its speakers would like to invite you to join and exchange with industry leaders about today's inertial MEMS industry trends.

Discover below MEMS in Motion 2013 program:
- Keynote presentations: a special focus on toys & consumer applications
In 2012 the inertial MEMS market including gyroscopes, accelerometers … was $3.6B over a total $11.0B MEMS market. And significant progress business and technical advances are still expected. Indeed mobile applications are now fueling the growth of inertial sensors. Several trends are shaping this market: availability of higher level of integration (6 and 9DOF), new functionalities such as optical image stabilization, and proliferation of new end-products such as wearable electronics. 

During MEMS in Motion 2013, Yole Développement proposes to discover MEMS in Motion keynote speakers and their vision of the industry:
- Inertial MEMS industry view from a recent start-up
Louis Ross, CEO, Motion Engine
- The future of entertainment, toys, and robots
Ian Bernstein, CTO and co-founder, Orbotix
- Applications and opportunities for MEMs in toys and consumer electronics
Mark Williams, President, Toy-Knowlogy
- MEMS – Enabler for the internet of things
Marcellino Gemelli, Business Development of MEMS product portfolio, Bosch Sensortec

"Speed dating” sessions: three sessions have been planned during two days. Individualized specifically for attendees, it's a perfect way to learn more about the inertial MEMS industry and meet its leaders with one-to-one meetings who attendees are most interested in getting to know.

We started this event because we saw that the MEMS industry needed a less structured, more collaborative forum,” said Mike McLaughlin, Business Development Manager, Yole Développement. MEMS in Motion is a unique networking-focused event exclusively for inertial devices. At MEMS in Motion, all participants introduce themselves to the group. Then they have a series of « speed dating » sessions with attendees possessing shared interests. After this initial meet & greet, there is more time later for in-depth, personal meetings. Yole Développement’s team encourages you to register right now; indeed number of places is limited.

Make sure you will be part of the discussions at MEMS in Motion 2013 and REGISTER
For more details about MEMS in Motion 2013, please contact Sandrine Leroy (leroy@yole.fr) and to register, see www.memsinmotion.com

 

 
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