MEMS Executive Congress Europe
March 20, 2012
Hotel Novotel Zurich Airport Messe
An executive forum promoting the commercialization of MEMS
MEMS and Consumer Products
The consumer and mobile MEMS market will reach US$4.4 billion by 20151. That’s an extraordinary number of accelerometers, magnetic compasses, optical MEMS, silicon microphones, gyros and pressure sensors. Emerging MEMS devices such as tunable RF-MEMS components and MEMS timing devices will add to record volumes of MEMS embedded in mobile handsets, tablets, televisions, remote controllers, laptops, video games, e-readers, projectors and other consumer applications.
MEMS Industry Group has tapped top European companies using MEMS to advance the user experience with mobile phones and consumer electronics for our panel, “MEMS and Consumer Products”, at MEMS Executive Congress Europe. Panelists will explore:
What are the market and industry trends affecting the growth of MEMS in consumer applications? What are the challenges?
How can companies stay competitive, despite intense price, performance and design-to-delivery pressures?
How will MEMS enable the next revolutionary product? (What’s coming after tablets?)
What are the differences between market leader and revenue leader?
Please join us March 20, 2012, 2:45-3:30 p.m., for the panel, "MEMS and Consumer Products."
Moderated by Stefan Finkbeiner, PhD, CEO, Akustica, with panelists:
- Jean-Christophe Eloy, founder and president, Yole Développement;
- Terho Lahtinen, product concepts & innovation manager, Suunto;
- Sauli Palo, principal specialist, Component Quality and Technology, Nokia Corporation; and
- Andre van Geelen, PhD, executive vice president & general manager, EPCOS Netherlands B.V.
Platinum Sponsor – EV Group; Gold Sponsors - Applied Materials and SPTS Technologies; Silver Sponsors - Analog Devices and Semefab.
ACUTRONIC, AEPI, A.M. Fitzgerald & Associates, Asia Pacific Microsystems, Bosch, Bosch Sensortec, CEA Léti, CSEM, Freescale Semiconductor, Fries Research & Technology (FRT), GSA, IHS iSuppli, imec, iNEMI, IVAM, Plan Optik, Maxim, MST BW: Mikrosystemtechnik Baden-Württemberg, NMI, Okmetic, Smart Systems Integration, SEMICON Europa, Solid State Technology, SVTC and Yole Développement.