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October 3, 2019

MSEC Webinar October 3 Jerome Azemar Yole Developpement

A MEMS and Sensors Industry Group Hosted Webinar

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Despite a 2018 year when both automotive and consumer markets have stagnated, the MEMS market did not recess compared to 2017. Its market value reached $11.6B in 2018, with consumer applications accounting for more than 60% of the total market. The MEMS market will experience +8.3% annual growth in value driven by pressure (for TPMS), RF (for V2X 5G communications), inertial (for ADAS) and future MEMS (such as pMUT for ultrasonic fingerprint).

Additionally, sensor fusion is becoming more and more relevant since many billion MEMS sensors are made per year. The upcoming 5G revolution will make connectivity easier than ever, creating exponentially more data. This leads to “Big data”, an industry born of recent advancements in AI and machine learning, built upon and fueled by a wealth of new data from ever-expanding sensor applications. An upcoming trend is edge computing, with sensors and MEMS driving a new age of technology. Sensors are digitizing the human experience, and as the real and virtual worlds move closer together, it will be sensors that bind them, enabling new experiences for users everywhere. Running AI at the edge, coupled with sensor fusion, will open new applications for MEMS in audio, motion, olfactometry, and imaging.

Time

8:00 am - 8:30 am

Add to Calendar 2019-10-03 08:00:00 2019-10-03 08:30:00 MSIG Webinar: An Exciting Glimpse into the Future of MEMS A MEMS and Sensors Industry Group Hosted Webinar Despite a 2018 year when both automotive and consumer markets have stagnated, the MEMS market did not recess compared to 2017. Its market value reached $11.6B in 2018, with consumer applications accounting for more than 60% of the total market. The MEMS market will experience +8.3% annual growth in value driven by pressure (for TPMS), RF (for V2X 5G communications), inertial (for ADAS) and future MEMS (such as pMUT for ultrasonic fingerprint). Additionally, sensor fusion is becoming more and more relevant since many billion MEMS sensors are made per year. The upcoming 5G revolution will make connectivity easier than ever, creating exponentially more data. This leads to “Big data”, an industry born of recent advancements in AI and machine learning, built upon and fueled by a wealth of new data from ever-expanding sensor applications. An upcoming trend is edge computing, with sensors and MEMS driving a new age of technology. Sensors are digitizing the human experience, and as the real and virtual worlds move closer together, it will be sensors that bind them, enabling new experiences for users everywhere. Running AI at the edge, coupled with sensor fusion, will open new applications for MEMS in audio, motion, olfactometry, and imaging. Online, Pacific Time , United States SEMI.org contact@semi.org America/Los_Angeles public
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Online, Pacific Time ,
United States

MSEC Webinar October 3 Jerome Azemar Yole Developpement

Agenda

8:00 am - 8:10 am

Introduction

8:10 am - 8:25 am
Jerome Azemar Yole Developpement
Jérôme Azémar
Project Development Director, Yole Développement

Biography

As Project Development Director at Yole Développement (Yole), Jérôme Azémar is supporting the development of strategic projects, following leading customers of the company within the semiconductor industry, from manufacturing to packaging. His mission is to develop Yole’s business and technical knowledge in the industry, maintain long term relationships with its accounts and meet their expectations.

Jérôme is a member of Yole since 2013 and worked as a senior analyst, managing the day to day production of technology & market reports as well as custom consulting projects. He also deeply contributed to the business development of the Advanced Packaging & Semiconductor Manufacturing activities.

Jérôme is the author of numerous analysis and international publications covering advanced packaging, power electronics and semiconductor manufacturing. He is also regularly involved in international conferences, giving presentations, delivering keynotes, as well as organizing committees.

Along his career, Jérôme has developed a large network in the industry, being in touch with CEOs, CTOs, Marketing Managers, Business Development Managers…

Prior to this and upon graduating from INSA Toulouse (France) with a Master’s in Microelectronics and Applied Physics, Jérôme joined ASML and worked in Veldhoven (The Netherlands) for three years as an Application Support Engineer specializing in immersion scanners. During this time, he acquired Photolithography skills which he then honed over a two-year stint as a Process Engineer at STMicroelectronics (France).

8:25 am - 8:30 am

Q&A

MEMS and Sensors Executive Congress 2019

MSEC 2019

Register for this year's MEMS & Sensors Executive Congress, October 22-24, 2019 in Coronado, California, USA. This year will see a different format to truly focus on the needs of the decision making executives in our industry. Industry economic and business updates will be covered from different aspects of the ecosystem together with forward-looking strategic and technology trends. 

Jérôme Azemar, Yole Développement will be speaking during Session 3: Markets, Applications and Technology Trends. 

Register before September 20, 2019 for Early Bird Pricing!

MSEC 2019