MEMS technology reports

  • 10-Oct-2008 09:53 EDT

Yole's technology reports present a complete view of the global microelectromechanical systems (MEMS) market, discussing the technologies and the trends affecting them. High-performance inertial MEMS-based accelerometers and gyroscopes are established components in the automotive industry, with an expected 5% annual growth rate through 2011. In addition, 99% of direct tire pressure measurement systems currently use MEMS pressure sensors. This market is also expected to grow. The reports discuss entry of new players, trends and main technology issues, the expected evolution of MEMS sensors, legislation, new development projects, and data to evaluate risks or new solutions.

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