March 24, 2021
MEMS Blog Figure 1 Reverse engineered gyroscope, with suspension spring displayed in the call-out circle

Improving Your Understanding of Advanced Inertial MEMS Design

Micro-Electrical-Mechanical Systems (MEMS) based inertial sensors are used measure acceleration and rotation rate. These sensors are integrated into units to measure motion, direction, acceleration or position, and can be found […]
April 15, 2020
Co-simulation of the package and transducer

Cutting-Edge MEMS Process, Device and Simulation Technologies: IEEE MEMS 2020 Conference Review

The IEEE MEMS conference was held in Vancouver during January 2020. We attended the conference to meet with our customers and to see what new developments are being made in […]
February 20, 2020

The Next Technology Frontier in MEMS Gyroscopes

In MEMS technology development, it is always exciting to see the next technology frontier, the border of the known and the unknown. Talent and hard work (along with ingenuity) can […]
May 15, 2018

Future Directions in MEMS Technology: Results from the 2018 MEMS Design Contest

At CDNLive in 2015, we joined with representatives from Cadence and X-FAB to discuss the possibility of sponsoring a MEMS design contest. At the time, the sponsoring companies were developing […]
April 2, 2018
CoventorMP MEMS design automation flow

The Challenge of Modeling the Interaction between MEMS Inertial Sensors and their Packaging

Simulation of Thermal Effects on MEMS Performances MEMS inertial sensors, such as Accelerometers and Gyroscopes, have been commercially successful in the consumer marketplace, where reduced size and cost are more […]
June 14, 2016

Coventor Participates in A*STAR IME’S Third Consortium to Develop MEMS Technologies for Industrial IOT, Automotive and Indoor Navigation Applications

A*STAR IME’s collaborative partnership with industry will enable the development of cutting-edge industrial-grade sensors to heighten performance and achieve cost-effectiveness for MEMS devices MEDIA RELEASE FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Singapore — […]
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