Optical MEMS: Worldwide Markets fora Strategic and Convergent Technology (Technical Insights)

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Optical MEMS: Worldwide Markets fora Strategic and Convergent Technology (Technical Insights), Executive SummaryExecutive SummaryIntroductionObjectives of the ReportScope and MethodologyBig Jobs for Small DevicesThe Electron and PhotonClassifying Optical MEMSChallenges to FabricationOverview of ApplicationsTelecommunicationsOptical SwitchesAttenuators; Equalizers; Multiplexers; Cross-Connects and Data TransmittersSensorsMicrofluidicsOptical StorageDisplay TechnologyAdaptive OpticsMilitary ApplicationsMarketsMarketsMicrofluidicsDisplaysSwitches and Adaptive OpticsMEMS SoftwareMarket TrendsMarket TrendsObstacles to CommercializationObstacles to CommercializationManufacturing IssuesManufacturing IssuesPatent AnalysisPatent AnalysisR&D ExpendituresR&D ExpendituresOptical MEMS: Worldwide Markets fora Strategic and Convergent Technology (Technical Insights), Overview—The Parts That Give Little Machines Their Big ImpactOverview—The Parts That Give Little Machines Their Big ImpactIntroductionA Culture of Technology—A Culture of TermsA Culture of Technology—A Culture of TermsHistory Made Short History Made ShortOptics—Historical Facets Relevant to MEMSOptics—Historical Facets Relevant to MEMSHistorical Notes on Ways to Fabricate Small Objects Historical Notes on Ways to Fabricate Small ObjectsCurrent MEMS Fabrication MethodsCurrent MEMS Fabrication MethodsSandia Ultra Planar Multilevel MEMS TechnologySandia Ultra Planar Multilevel MEMS TechnologyFabricating in BatchesFabricating in BatchesWhich Fabrication Method Is Better?Which Fabrication Method Is Better?Testing MEMSTesting MEMSAdding Light to the MatterAdding Light to the MatterThe Light Synergy: Optoelectronics on a ChipThe Light Synergy: Optoelectronics on a ChipLight Sources for Optical MEMSLight Sources for Optical MEMSIntegrated Optics and Free-Space OpticsIntegrated Optics and Free-Space OpticsMicro-Optical ComponentsMicro-Optical ComponentsTransmittingTransmittingReflecting: MirrorsReflecting: MirrorsReliability Issues of MicromirrorsReliability Issues of MicromirrorsDiffractingDiffractingInterferingInterferingDetectingDetectingFree-Space Micro-Optical BenchFree-Space Micro-Optical BenchMicro XYZ Stages Micro XYZ StagesPhysics; Materials and Technologies Required for Device IntegrationPhysics; Materials and Technologies Required for Device IntegrationTo Sum It UpTo Sum It UpKey Issues in Manufacturing; Packaging and Integration TechnologyKey Issues in Manufacturing; Packaging and Integration TechnologyThe Need for CADThe Need for CADOptical MEMS: Worldwide Markets fora Strategic and Convergent Technology (Technical Insights), Potential ApplicationsPotential ApplicationsIntroductionFiberoptic AdvantagesFiberoptic AdvantagesPlaces for Optical MEMSPlaces for Optical MEMSOptical SwitchesOptical SwitchesWavelength Division MultiplexingWavelength Division MultiplexingOptical InterconnectsOptical InterconnectsSensing ApplicationsSensing ApplicationsMicrofluidics MicrofluidicsImaging Technology and Optical StorageImaging Technology and Optical StorageDisplay TechnologyDisplay TechnologyScanning ApplicationsScanning ApplicationsAdaptive OpticsAdaptive OpticsMilitary ApplicationsMilitary ApplicationsOptical MEMS: Worldwide Markets fora Strategic and Convergent Technology (Technical Insights), Markets for MEMS and Optical MEMSMarkets for MEMS and Optical MEMSIntroductionStudies and Their ForecastsStudies and Their ForecastsMarket Sector DescriptionsMarket Sector DescriptionsDisplaysSwitches and Adaptive OpticsMicrofluidicsSensorsMEMS SoftwareMarkets and CulturesMarkets and CulturesA Report Card for the IndustryA Report Card for the IndustryObstacles to CommercializationObstacles to CommercializationManufacturing IssuesManufacturing IssuesR&D ExpendituresR&D ExpendituresOptoelectronics—the Market ViewOptoelectronics—the Market ViewPatent AnalysisPatent AnalysisOptical MEMS: Worldwide Markets fora Strategic and Convergent Technology (Technical Insights), Emerging Technology from Companies; National Laboratories and UniversitiesCompaniesAclara BioSciencesAlcatel Network SystemsAnalog DevicesAT&T Labs ResearchBelle Mead Research Inc. Robert Bosch GmbHCaliper TechnologiesAgilent TechnologiesCall/Recall Inc.Cronos Integrated MicrosystemsCentre Suisse d’Electronique et de Microtechnique SADaimler-Chrysler AGDelphi Delco Electronics SystemsEndoSonicsEG&G IC SensorsEuromicron GmbHRoger Grace AssociatesHoneywell Inc. Honeywell Micro SwitchInstitut für Mikrotechnik Mainz GmbHIntelliSense Corp.InterScience Inc.Inter-University Micro-Electronics CenterIrvine Sensors Corp.i-Stat Corp.Karl Suss America Inc.Karl Suss KG GmbH & Co.Lucas NovaSensorLucent TechnologiesMCNCMemscap S.A.MEMS Optical Inc.MEMStek Products; LLCMentor Graphics Corp.Microassembly Technologies Inc.Microcosm Technologies Inc.MicroOptical Corp.Microvision Inc.Motorola Corp.NanogenNorthrup GrummanNTT Opto-electronics LaboratoriesOKO TechnologiesOrchid BiocomputerPerkin-Elmer Corp.IlluminaRockwell Science CenterSeagate TechnologySensoplan GmbHSilicon Light MachinesStandard MEMS Inc.Texas InstrumentsTwente MicroProductsUniversitiesBoston UniversityBraunschweig Technical UniversityCalifornia Institute of TechnologyCarnegie Mellon University Case Western UniversityCornell UniversityDelft University of TechnologyDIMES DelftCharles Stark Draper LaboratoryForschungszentrum KarlsruheFraunhofer Institute for Applied Optics and Precision Engineering (IOF)Fraunhofer Institute for Silicon Technology (ISiT)Fraunhofer Institute for Solid State Technology (IFT)Friedrich-Schiller-UniversitatGeorgia Institute of TechnologyHahn-Schickard-GesellschaftInstitut für Physikalische Hochtechnologie e.V.LAAS-CNRSLawrence Livermore National LaboratoryLos Alamos National LaboratoryLyon Materials Physics LaboratoryMassachusetts Institute of TechnologyMicrosystems Technology LaboratoriesSandia National LaboratoriesStanford UniversitySwiss Federal Institute of Technology—ZurichTechnical University of BerlinSt. Etienne; Universite Jean MonnetUniversity of California at BerkeleyUniversity of California at Los AngelesUniversity of California at San DiegoUniversity of CincinnatiUniversity of Colorado at BoulderUniversity of EdinburghUniversity of Illinois at Urbana-ChampaignUniversity of MünsterUniversity of NeuchatelUniversity of SouthamptonUniversity of Southern California at Los AngelesUniversity of TokyoUniversity of TwenteUniversity of UlmUniversity of Wisconsin at MadisonUppsala UniversityConsortia; Working Groups—Cooperation Between Academia; Industry and National LabsCentral Microstructure Facility (CMF)Defense Advanced Research Projects AgencyElectro-Optics Center at Penn State UniversityEMSTO—The European Microsystems Technology On-lineEspritIEE Professional Group S11: MicroengineeringInstitut für Optik ForskningInteruniversity Micro-Electronics CentrumThe Microelectronics and Computer Technology Corp.MEMS ClearinghouseMikrostrukturinitiative NRWMESA Research Institute (University of Twente)Micromachine Center in TokyoMicrosystem Program (PMT) at the Karlsruhe Research CenterMicrosystem Integration Group of Lausanne (EPFL) Swiss Federal Institute of TechnologyThe National Institute for Standards and TechnologyOak Ridge National LaboratorySintef Electronics and CyberneticsVDI/VDE-TechnolgiezentrumXerox PARCOptical MEMS: Worldwide Markets fora Strategic and Convergent Technology (Technical Insights), Selected US PatentsPatentsPatentsOptical MEMS: Worldwide Markets fora Strategic and Convergent Technology (Technical Insights), BibliographyBibliographyBibliography




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