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Sensors Expo 2015: Qualtré to Highlight High Performance 3-Axis BAW MEMS Gyroscope

Sensors Expo 2015: Qualtré to Highlight High Performance 3-Axis BAW MEMS Gyroscope

Qualtré, Inc, a leader in the development and commercialization of Bulk Acoustic Wave (BAW) MEMS inertial sensors, announced today the company will be exhibiting and demonstrating its new products at Sensors Expo 2015, the leading forum on sensing technologies and solutions in North America, to be held June 9-11, in Long Beach, California at the Long Beach Convention Center. [More]
Transducers 2015: MEMS Industry Group to Hold its First Concurrent Conference Session

Transducers 2015: MEMS Industry Group to Hold its First Concurrent Conference Session

MEMS Industry Group® (MIG), the trade association advancing micro-electromechanical systems (MEMS) and sensors across global markets, will hold its first concurrent conference session at Transducers 2015 on June 23, 2015. [More]
Sensors Expo and Conference 2015: MEMSIC to Demonstrate MEMS Thermal Accelerometers and Flow Sensors

Sensors Expo and Conference 2015: MEMSIC to Demonstrate MEMS Thermal Accelerometers and Flow Sensors

MEMSIC, Inc. plans to demonstrate its latest advanced technologies at the Sensors Expo and Conference, to be held June 10-11, 2015 at the Long Beach Convention Center, CA, booth number 245. [More]
Vesper Introduces VM101 Ultra-High SNR MEMS Microphone

Vesper Introduces VM101 Ultra-High SNR MEMS Microphone

Vesper, the leader in advanced acoustic-sensing technology, today launched VM101, a piezoelectric MEMS (microelectromechanical systems) microphone that achieves 68 dB typical signal-to-noise ratio (SNR) -- the highest acoustic-performance benchmark of any commercially available MEMS microphone. [More]
Fast, Resilient MEMS for Better Welding to be Presented at LASER World of Photonics

Fast, Resilient MEMS for Better Welding to be Presented at LASER World of Photonics

Silicon micromirrors can guide laser beams at extremely high speeds, allowing operators to dose heat input to workpieces with absolute precision. But to date they have not been robust enough to be used for laser cutting and welding. [More]
mPhase to Present on Smart NanoBattery Technology at NanoBusiness Commercialization Association Roundtable

mPhase to Present on Smart NanoBattery Technology at NanoBusiness Commercialization Association Roundtable

mPhase Technologies, Inc. (XDSL), announced today that the company will be presenting at The NanoBusiness Commercialization Association Roundtable May 19-20th, 2015. This year's conference is being held in Washington D.C. [More]
SENSORS+TEST 2015: MEMSIC and Willow to Demonstrate 9-DOF Attitude and Heading Reference System

SENSORS+TEST 2015: MEMSIC and Willow to Demonstrate 9-DOF Attitude and Heading Reference System

Willow Technologies Limited, a global distributor and supplier of diverse sensing components and systems, will demonstrate the latest family of advanced inertial measurement systems from MEMSIC, Inc., at the SENSORS+TEST 2015 conference, May 19-21, in Nurnberg, Germany. [More]
Powerful Micro Ultrasonic Motor with One Cubic Millimeter Stator

Powerful Micro Ultrasonic Motor with One Cubic Millimeter Stator

Micro actuators are needed for numerous applications, ranging from mobile and wearable devices to minimally invasive medical devices. However, the limitations associated with their fabrication have restricted their deployment at the one-millimeter scale. The most common electromagnetic motors require the miniaturization of many complicated components such as coils, magnets, and bearings, and exhibit severe torque dissipation due to the scaling. Electrostatic motors enable excellent scalability by using microelectromechanical systems (MEMS) technology, but their weak driving force has limited their further development. [More]
NEMS-Based Mass Sensor Also Reveals Shape of Individual Molecules

NEMS-Based Mass Sensor Also Reveals Shape of Individual Molecules

Building on their creation of the first-ever mechanical device that can measure the mass of individual molecules, one at a time, a team of Caltech scientists and their colleagues have created nanodevices that can also reveal their shape. Such information is crucial when trying to identify large protein molecules or complex assemblies of protein molecules. [More]
Georgia Tech Institute for Electronics and Nanotechnology Supports MEMS-Related R&D

Georgia Tech Institute for Electronics and Nanotechnology Supports MEMS-Related R&D

Your smartphone likely uses a dozen or so tiny — yet powerful — MEMS sensors to support its sophisticated functions. And that late-model car undoubtedly carries scores of devices based on MEMS and other sensing technologies. [More]