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Feb 20th, 2014
WEBCAST - Combo sensors: now a serious business!
Webcast on March 6th, at 5:00 PM CET Participate to the webcast, powered by Yole Développement, System Plus Consulting and Knowmade
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According to Yole Développement, 2012 was seen by many as a turnkey year for consumer combo sensors, with high volume adoption in platforms such as Samsung Galaxy S smartphones. 9-axis solutions are being introduced to the market and innovative solutions should follow: with integration of pressure sensing, processing units, RF capabilities… The combo sensor market is estimated to be at $446M in 2013, growing to $1.97B in 2018. From 21% in 2013, this will represent a 66% part of the global inertial consumer market in 2018.

STMicroelectronics is global leader in the inertial consumer sensor market with 42% market shares. Only InvenSense and Bosch Sensortec are able to sustain the competition today. It is key to be able to control the different technologies or to establish the right partnerships to sell a large range of combo solutions.

During the webcast we’ll review 3 competing 9 axis IMU detailing technology and manufacturing cost from Bosch, Invensense, and STMicroelectronics. We’ll detail who owns what in term of patent unveiling what the future could look like.

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Speakers :

Christophe Fitamant, Sales & Marketing Director, Yole Développement
Christophe Fitamant joined Yole Développement in 2013 to lead Média and Sales activities.
He holds an engineering degree of INP Grenoble - Phelma - with a major in Chemical Process Engineering. He started his career at IBM Corbeil-Essonnes as process engineer before leading the Atmel Fab 7 Rousset start-up for Applied Materials. He’s lived 3 years in California when he managed the Applied etch product support group for Taiwan and Japan. Back to France in 2002 for Lam Research he first took the responsibility of the ST Crolles site, before moving to Business Operations, followed by Business Management, Business Development and  Sales Account Management for Europe. With the acquisition of SEZ in Austria by Lam in 2008, he led Sales and Marketing for Lam penetration in MEMS and Advanced Packaging arena for Clean.

Michel Allain, CEO, System Plus Consulting

Michel Allain has been working for System Plus Consulting during more than 12 years, introducing cost simulation of electronics. Previously he held some management positions in the semiconductor industry and took part in several startup companies.



Moderator :

Michael McLaughlin, Business Development - Yole Inc.

Mike McLaughlin has been working with emerging technologies for over 12 years at IBM and Cisco and was a principal analyst at Gartner. He now leads all of Yole Développement's activities and business development for North America. Mike is a frequent speaker at industry conferences, covering all of Yole Dévelopement's research topics. Mike is a graduate of Stanford University in Palo Alto, CA.


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