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Members will gather to discuss the opportunities and challenges for the MEMS Supply Chain. MEMS and industry experts, along with leading academic researchers, will provide insight and strategies to successfully navigate the entire supply chain. The target audience is product managers, business development, product/engineering managers from the MEMS supply chain including: device manufacturers, foundries, equipment and material suppliers and other related fields.
M2M Forum is a one-of-a-kind technical conference, with a focus on discussing critical MEMS supply chain challenges. This workshop is a place for neutral discussion of pre-competitive issues affecting MEMS manufacturing and brings together foundries, equipment vendors, research groups, large companies, start-ups, buyers, suppliers, and other stakeholders for solutions knowledge, networking and resources to support your company’s imminent MEMS commercialization needs.
Other benefits of attendance include: An opportunity for collaboration, technical solutions, and standardization that improves communication of stakeholders in the supply chain and forges a path to a high level of acceptance of MEMS.
Collaborate with other like-minded professionals in the industry.
ACCESS TO THE THOUGHT LEADERS OF THE MEMS INDUSTRY
Access to a broad spectrum of supply chain companies – learn about your customers' (and your customers' customers) requirements for current and next generation products. An efficient and concise way to proto-market and gain market intelligence - instant access to the MEMS ecosystem so that you may capture the "state of the art."
TAKE PART IN OUR BERKELEY SENSOR AND ACTUATOR CENTER LAB TOUR!
MIG has arranged an insider’s tour of the world renowned UC Berkeley Marvell Nanofabrication Laboratory. The tour will provide a once in a lifetime look inside one of the most innovative labs focusing on MEMS and Sensors. Join us as they roll out the red carpet!
Why it "Takes a Village"?
The MEMS supply chains includes all the companies involved in the process of the development and innovation as well as the designing and manufacturing a MEMS device to a point where it may be integrated into end-use products. These days of tight deadlines and cost concerns, you can’t "go it alone” to make MEMS. Companies representing the entire MEMS supply chain will be in attendance at M2M Forum 2014, to take part in neutral discussion of the pre-competitive challenges and opportunities affecting the MEMS supply chain; and what the industry can do to speed time to market and reduce costs.
Don't miss our annual members meeting!