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'Big 4' share 75% of consumer inertial combos market

Combo sensors continue their growth in a market expected to reach $1.4bn in 2019, overcoming discrete sensors. Yole Développement proposes a deep analysis of the inertial combos for consumer application, with its report, '6&9 Axis Sensors Consumer Inertial Combos'. According to Yole’s analysis, cellphones and tablets still drive the market but wearables will soon take their place in the landscape.
24th November 2014

Codico deal strengthens Isabellenhutte distribution network

Codico deal strengthens Isabellenhutte distribution network
Isabellenhütte has strengthened its distribution network by signing an agreement with Codico that becomes effective on January 1, 2015. The distributor will take responsibility for design-in sales of industrial precision and high-performance resistors manufactured by Isabellenhütte.
24th November 2014

Lauterbach to sponsor Device Developers' Conference

Lauterbach to sponsor Device Developers' Conference
Leading debug tool company Lauterbach has signed up to be a lead sponsor of next year's UK Device Developers' Conference, an event for engineers and computer scientists working in the development of intelligent systems and devices. The Conference takes place in Reading, Cambridge, Manchester and Uphall (Scotland) during May and June 2015 and is expected to attract more than 300 senior hi-tech developers.
24th November 2014


Funding supports US clinical trial for cancer marker product

Endomagnetics has announced that it has raised a further £2m to support its pivotal US clinical trial and the launch of a new cancer marker product in 2015. The funds will also support market development beyond EMEA and Australasia, where the company is already established, and will accelerate product development beyond the initial breast cancer application.
24th November 2014

SiC & GaN power technologies to grow 30% annually

Used to convert and manage electricity in devices from mobile phones to pumps and motors, power electronics will be worth $23bn for discrete components in 2024. According to Lux Research, silicon-based devices will remain the main technology of choice, but SiC and GaN will be the fastest-growing at 30 and 32% annual rates, respectively, gaining a combined 13% share in 2024.
24th November 2014

Sharp selects Keysight to upgrade Bluetooth testing

Sharp selects Keysight to upgrade Bluetooth testing
Sharp Communication Compliance (SCC) Ltd, an independent test laboratory that focuses on testing for the wireless communications industry, has chosen the Keysight T1111S Bluetooth RF platform for use in its RF Classic and Low Energy test lab. “The Keysight T1111S test system, together with the first class support of the Keysight team, has successfully enabled SCC to become a Bluetooth Qualified Test Facility,” said Yasuo Kimura, Managing Director SCC.
21st November 2014

Sensirion goes global with Future Electronics

Sensirion goes global with Future Electronics
Sensor manufacturer Sensirion has sealed a global sales agreement with Future Electronics. “We are very excited to have found a partner that is globally active and can offer our customers optimal support on-site,” says Christian Constantin, Distribution Channel Manager at Sensirion. “With Future Electronics, our customers will receive quick consultation and top-flight technical expertise, even in regions where we do not have our own branches.”
21st November 2014

Isabellenhutte opens route into distribution channel

Isabellenhutte opens route into distribution channel
Isabellenhütte Heusler has embarked on a strategy to sell its products through the distribution channel. It has signed Power & Signal Group to take its low ohmic resistor products to automotive customers in Europe and Asia. The precision and high-performance meet the requirements of the AEC-Q200 specifications, thanks to their small size and high performance, and are used in numerous applications in the automotive industry.
21st November 2014

Design & build drones of the future

Design & build drones of the future
The Institution of Mechanical Engineers is launching a competition which challenges Britain’s best young engineers to design and build life-saving Unmanned Aircraft Systems (UASs). The annual competition will be the fourth student engineering challenge event run by the Institution, joining Formula Student, the Railway Challenge and the Design Challenge.
20th November 2014

Thin film PZT promises piezoelectric performance

Yole Développement has identified a growing interest for thin film PZT in the semiconductor industry, due to its very promising piezoelectric properties. For example, Epson has released its second generation inkjet head based on thin film PZT for small office applications, proving the maturity of the technology.
20th November 2014


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