Status Of The MEMS And Sensors Industry

 

“We have entered a time when MEMS and semiconductor-based sensors, combined with increasing processing power, will bring exciting new applications such as AR/VR, autonomous vehicles, 3D sensing, and 5G communications,” explains Dr Eric Mounier, Sr Technology & Market Analyst at Yole Développement (Yole).

 

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Yole releases this week its annual technology & market analysis focused on the MEMS & Sensors industry titled Status of the MEMS Industry. Under this new edition, analysts propose an overview of the global sensors market with related market data and technology trends including MEMS, CIS, magnetic sensors, gas sensors, fingerprint sensors, optical sensors (ALS, proximity, RGB, TOF…), SAW filters…

 

Yole’s analysts are following more than 150 applications and tracking 300+ companies. This new report highlight the strategy of the MEMS & Sensors manufacturers including a companies’ ranking and market shares.

 

Which applications are driving the growth of the market? What are the dynamics of the MEMS & Sensors players? What are the perspectives of this industry? Yole offers you today its understanding of the MEMS, sensors and actuators markets and applications. For more details, CLICK HERE.

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