MEMS Technology Update (Technical Insights)

 

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This research service discusses the research developments and emerging opportunities in the MEMS area worldwide. The sectors profiled include electronics, automotive/transportation and aerospace/defense.

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MEMS Technology Update (Technical Insights), Executive SummaryOverviewExecutive SummaryScopeMethodologyKey FindingsNoteworthy Emerging TechnologiesNoteworthy ApplicationsAssessment of Competing TechnologiesMEMS Technology Update (Technical Insights), Technology and Applications ViewpointTechnology and Applications AnalysisTechnology and Applications ViewpointTechnology PrimerApplications Analysis and TrendsMEMs Impact AnalysisAnalysis and Ranking of Application SegmentsTechnology RoadmapMEMS Technology Update (Technical Insights), Assessment of Stakeholder Innovation and Technology Transfer OpportunitiesNoteworthy Innovation at Key Academic and Government-related InstitutionsIntroductionNoteworthy Innovation at Key Companies and Stakeholder AnalysisInfluential Market FactorsM&A AnalysisRegulatory and Political or Other FactorsMEMS Technology Update (Technical Insights), Technology Adoption Factor AnalysisAnalysis of Technology RestraintsRegulatory HurdlesStandards AssessmentTechnology or Product Development RestraintsCompeting TechnologiesAnalysis of Technology DriversTechnology Features and BenefitsAdoption Drivers for MEMSMEMS Technology Update (Technical Insights), Innovative Developments in Aerospace and Defense ApplicationsAssessment of Innovation in North AmericaMobile Explosive DetectorTracking Resonance ResponsesOak Ridge AllianceExquisitely Sensitive MagnetometerClassic PotentialReplacing Flux GateKeeping Atomic TimeScaling DownImproving Military RobustnessAssessment of Innovation in EuropeHigh Flying Pressure SensorsRiding the MustangContributing to Instrument StabilityAccelerometers for the DefenseOne Stop Shop SolutionHigh Quality and QuantityMatching Capability to ApplicationCompetitive AdvantagesA Cue from CricketsGrowing Epoxy HairsDesigning Highly Interactive SystemsAssessment of Innovation in the Asia Pacific RegionMiniature Eyes in the SkyTiny Gas TurbinesMonitoring Cabin EnvironmentTesting Contoured ShapesSingapore’s MEMS UniversityClass Rooms to Clean RoomsFrench AllianceRaising Aircraft Fuel EfficiencyControlling Flow TransitionReplacing Stall Warning SystemsMEMS Technology Update (Technical Insights), Innovative Developments in Automotive and Transportation ApplicationsAssessment of Innovation in North AmericaSmall Size and Cost Pressure SensingCommon Device FootprintSuccess through SpecializationAntitheft AccelerometerIncorporating PWMBuilding Inertial Sensor ClustersAll-Silicon Flow ControlStandalone ApproachMarrying Valve and MEMS DesignsTransmission OpportunitiesAssessment of Innovation in EuropeFlexible Cluster ConceptMeeting Bonding DemandSharpening PrecisionGreater Etch RatesRefining the ProcessSpeedy FabricationSimplifying Complex DevelopmentReplacing Wet EtchingAssessment of Innovation in the Asia Pacific RegionPreventing Traffic AccidentsIntelligent TiresSideslip IntegrationMEMS Technology Update (Technical Insights), Innovative Developments in Electronic Device ApplicationsAssessment of Innovation in North America Tuning the FrequencyCreating Electrical ResonanceAccommodating the FrequencyKeeping it SimpleSingle Wafer PioneerOptimized for Noble MetalsImproving Computer Voice QualityMonolithic ChipTaking it on the RoadNovel ApproachIntegral PackagingReplacing Detector ArraysLet There Be LightWhere MEMS Fears to TreadCarving Their Own NicheMultipurpose SensingEliminating Etching ProblemsMitigating Runaway ConditionsProcessing 25 Wafers SimultaneouslyLow-Power DisplaysGiving LCDs CompetitionMetal-Based FabricationBatch Process EconomicsPreventing Premature DetonationAssessment of Innovation in Europe Cost Saving IntegrationElbow Grease SolutionSetting up SubsidiariesCreating Movable StructuresTheir Wafer is Their BondOptimizing Automation and IntegrationVolume Production PricingToolbox TransducersHybrid DecisionUsing the Bimorph EffectMultiple Membrane ArrayAssessment of Innovation in the Asia Pacific RegionPackaging Made EasyTrading on Ceramic StrengthsSimulating Device BehaviorShared Customer BaseHatching New IndustriesFull Service UniversityInternational CollaborationCombining TechnologiesSensing InclinationSophisticated TILT DetectionMEMS Technology Update (Technical Insights), Analysis of Funding SourcesVenture Capital AnalysisExisting FundingPotential Funding SourcesPublic Sector Funding AnalysisExisting FundingPotential Funding SourcesCompany FundingInternal R&D Spending AssessmentFunding Requirement/Availability AssessmentMEMS Technology Update (Technical Insights), Patents; Glossary and Database of Key Industry ParticipantsPatents and GlossaryKey PatentsGlossaryDatabase of Key Industry ParticipantsResearch Contacts 1Research Contacts 2MEMS Technology Update (Technical Insights), Frost and Sullivan 2006 Science and Technology AwardsExcellence in TechnologyAward DescriptionAward RecipientProduct InnovationAward DescriptionAward RecipientTechnology InnovationAward DescriptionAward RecipientMEMS Technology Update (Technical Insights), Decision Support DatabaseDatabase TablesPCB Sales--World (1999 to 2006)GSM Subscriber Base--World (1999 to 2006)Consumer Electronics Contribution to the Electronics Industry--World (1999 to 2006)Semiconductor and Semiconductor Equipment Market--World (1999 to 2006)Portable PC Installed Base--World (1999 to 2006)




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