In a gloomy economic environment, the MEMS industry is holding up.
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In a gloomy economic environment, the MEMS industry is holding up. Following the semiconductor industry, MEMS had its best year so far, but with a slower YoY growth than expected. Consumer and automotive are responsible for almost 80% of the $11.5B market in 2018, driven mainly by inertial, pressure, microphone, infrared, RF and optical MEMS.
Big players are competing in their corresponding established markets, eating up each other’s share of the pie. Competition therefore is getting fierce with each player struggling for differentiation in order to dominate the market.
Piezoelectric tech, sensor fusion, AI & edge computing take the MEMS industry by hand up to the next corner of the market labyrinth. Will they lead it out to new horizons and further growth?
You can also attend Dimitrios Damianos’s presentation onlive! He will indeed give a talk on this topic during MEMS & Imaging Sensors Summit on Sept 26 in Grenoble, France, organized by Semi. Find more
Dimitrios Damianos, MEMS & Sensors Market & Technology Analyst at Yole Développement
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