Audio and Sensor Integration Extracting Themes from the MEMS Executive Congress

By Bryon Moyer

If it’s November, that means it’s time for the C-level folks in the MEMS and sensor industries to assemble and assess the state of the industry at the MEMS Executive Congress. Because of the higher average title of these attendees, it has a very different feel from other conferences. And it mostly happens in lockstep (without five different tracks and an exhibit floor as distractions). Which makes it a bit easier to get a read on things.

It wasn’t so long ago when the theme of the year would typically focus on individual new MEMS structures – especially for motion. Then came the wave of sensor fusion – again, largely motion-oriented, but with promise beyond that, at least as a concept. Most of the more visible independent sensor fusion companies then were acquired, and the last few editions of the Congress have had less of the, “OMG, we’ve arrived!” feel and more of the, “Takin’ care of business” feel.

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