September 5, 2019
A SEMI-MSIG | Yole Developpement Hosted Webinar
8:00 am - 9:00 am
MEMS, imaging and sensors devices are driving innovation and causing demand to explode in transportation, medical, mobile, industrial and other Internet of Things (IoT) applications, which are all focus areas of this year SEMI MEMS & Imaging Sensors Summit, 25 to 27 September 2019 in Grenoble, France.
This webinar will present a current view of the MEMS technology competitive landscape, the role of MEMS and Sensors big industry players and the struggle for differentiation to dominate the market.
The session will provide a deep dive into MEMS market trends, challenges and opportunities and will also highlight results from Yole Développement´s recently released outlook.
The next turn will take us out of the MEMS labyrinth or further inside?
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? Join the webcast regarding the status of the MEMS industry to find out!
Dimitrios Damianos, PhD joined Yole Développement (Yole) as a Technology and Market Analyst and is working within the Photonics, Sensing & Display division. Dimitrios is daily working with his team to deliver valuable technology & market reports regarding the imaging industry including photonics & sensors. After his research on theoretical and experimental quantum optics and laser light generation, Dimitrios pursued a Ph.D. in optical and electrical characterization of dielectric materials on silicon with applications in photovoltaics and image sensors, as well as SOI for microelectronics at Grenoble’s university (France). In addition, Dimitrios holds a MSc degree in Photonics from the University of Patras (Greece). He has also authored and co-authored several scientific papers in international peer-reviewed journals.
MEMS & Imaging Sensors Summit 2019
Be sure to attend this year SEMI MEMS & Imaging Sensors Summit, 25 to 27 September 2019 in Grenoble, France.
Hear experts addressing a wide range of issues vital to the future of MEMS and sensors technology.
Attend the Summit and Register before August 16 for Early Bird Price!