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23rd January 2020
Is AI changing the rules for medical imaging?

“AI has the potential to change all of our diagnostics and treatment procedures to enable more personalised and effective medicine,” said Marjorie Villien, PhD. Technology & Market Analyst, Medical & Industrial Imaging at Yole Développement (Yole). Here, Yole analyses how AI is changing medical imaging.

21st January 2020
Electrification: another (r)evolution for the automotive sector?

“The automotive industry is facing a downturn in car sales - this is accepted reality,” asserted Santosh Kumar, Principal Analyst and Director Packaging, Assembly & Substrates, Yole Korea. “The industry’s difficulties are partly linked to the political tension between China and US, Brexit and the severe ecological regulations in Europe.” These occurrences are global drivers that the automotive industry ...

6th January 2020
RF components market to be shaken by active antenna systems

“The RF FE market for telecom infrastructure is estimated to be worth $1.47bn in 2018 and is forecasted to reach $2.52bn in 2025,” announced Antoine Bonnabel, Technology and Market Analyst, RF Electronics at Yole Développement. “This industry will see an unexpected growth thanks to the penetration of higher cost active antenna systems, leading to 8% CAGR between 2018 and 2025.”

17th December 2019
Disposable image sensors: a revolution for next-gen sequencing

“Microscopy & NGS markets are undergoing enormous technological changes,” announced Marjorie Villien, PhD. Technology & Market Analyst at Yole Développement (Yole). “These innovations are opening the way for new business opportunities, especially within the camera image sensors industry.” Indeed, one of the most remarkable changes is the introduction of disposable image sensors within the cameras f...

12th December 2019
Power GaN achieves its first milestone

Due to a reverse engineering and costing report performed by System Plus Consulting‘s team, GaN-on-Sapphire HEMT Power IC by Power Integrations, the power electronics industry discovered with surprise the use of GaN within an Anker’s wall charger. “Beyond Anker and its innovative GaN-based charger, we clearly see today a shift of the power electronics & compound semiconductor industry,” commented Ezgi Do...

Artificial Intelligence
9th December 2019
The voice at the heart of new audio system applications

According to Alexis Debray, PhD. Technology and Market Analyst, Optoelectronics from Yole Development, VPA is the main driver for the audio industry today. Dimitrios Damianos, PhD. Technology and Market Analyst Photonics, Sensing and Display at Yole also said: “An interesting feature of this new application is that it spreads through various systems: smartphones, smart speakers, smart watches, wireless earbuds, cars, smart TVs and...

Artificial Intelligence
17th September 2019
The unusual ecosystem of image and vision for AI

Yohann Tschudi, PhD. Technology & Market Analyst at Yole Développement (Yole), said “AI has completely disrupted hardware in vision systems, and has had an impact on entire segments.” A good example, is the penetration of Mobileye within the automotive market segment. 

3rd July 2019
Applications are driving the long-term growth of memory

Despite some cyclicality and seasonality, the stand-alone memory market has experienced extraordinary growth over the past decade. This has been driven by important megatrends, such as mobility, cloud computing, AI, and IoT.

2nd July 2019
Medical-grade devices vs. consumer wearables

  Smartphone ubiquity, sensor miniaturisation, and ease of integration have increased the number of wearable products on the market, to the point where such products are now achieving performance levels suitable for medical use-cases. But how will medical wearables make patients healthier - and why now?

1st April 2019
The camera module industry, a dynamic ecosystem

The camera module industry has reached a new stage in its development. With $27.1bn of global revenues generated in 2018, the market maintains a 9.1% CAGR for the next five years. This industry, which covers image sensors, lenses, voice coil motors, illuminators and camera assemblies, is showing an impressive $45.7bn market by 2024. 

13th March 2019
Automotive leading the way in AI

In 2018, only robotic vehicles could claim to possess in-car AI. The associated computing market, driven by computers equivalent to what is found in datacenters and associated with rather low volumes, brought the computing market to $156m in 2018. Over the next ten years, with the development of robo-taxis and shuttles, this market will remain the main revenue generator for AI in automotive.

15th February 2019
Advanced packaging at the heart of innovation

The semiconductor industry showed impressive figures in 2017; +21.6% YoY growth to reach about $412bn. Without a doubt, the industry is entering a new age, where innovation and disruption are the key words. In addition to mobile, Yole Développement (Yole) analysts identified emerging mega-drivers that are step by step changing our world.

11th February 2019
microLED displays closer to commercialisation

As reported in Yole Développement (Yole) ‘microLED Displays 2018 report’, microLED Display technologies are improving rapidly. The report underlines the progresses made over the 18 month period preceding its release, nevertheless, many challenges remain. Last month, a variety of companies presented new microLED displays prototypes at Las Vegas CES.

11th February 2019
Power GaN: Who is part of the playground?

Eight years have passed since the first commercialised power GaN device. People in the power electronics industry are becoming increasingly familiar with the names of startups that are actively promoting GaN technology. Efficient Power Conversion (EPC), GaN Systems, Transphorm or Navitas, in addition to the power electronics leaders, are also highly involved in the development of GaN technology. 

30th January 2019
A virtuous cycle in the uncooled IR sensing market

Reportedly, 2018 could be the year when the uncooled infrared imager and detector market reaches a tipping point with the involvement of big companies. As a consequence, the industry is showing impressive volumes and CAGR. They announced an annual growth of seven percent in value over the 2018-2024 period. 

2nd January 2019
Wireless charging expecting a boost from the smartphone industry

“The way consumers charge their smart devices is about to drastically change,” asserted Antoine Bonnabel, Technology and Market Analyst and part of the Yole Développement’s Power and Wireless team. According to the ‘Wireless Charging Technologies and Markets 2018’ report, the wireless smartphone charging systems market is expected to surpass one billion units per year by 2024. 

20th December 2018
Would Apple change the power GaN world?

  Over a long period, industrial companies followed up at a distance the development of GaN-based solutions mainly managed by R&D institutes and laboratories. Today the context has changed.

18th December 2018
MiniLED adoption first driven by LCD displays

The excitement about microLEDs has grown since Apple acquired technology startup Luxvue in 2014. All major display makers have now invested in the technology and other semiconductor or hardware companies such as Intel, Facebook Oculus and Google have joined the pool. Amidst this flurry of news and activity, a new term emerged in early 2017: miniLED. 

5th December 2018
Automotive industry driving SiC power device ramp-up

On November 12th, it was announced by Infineon it will acquire Siltectra. Infineon is a well-known semiconductor player and according to Yole Développement (Yole), it is the current leading power electronic device company. But Siltectra is much less well known. Here, Yole explains this acquisition.

5th December 2018
SSL technology integration is transforming automotive lighting

Whereas SSL technologies represented 57% of automotive lighting value in 2017, this share is likely to reach an impressive 85% by 2023. According to the market research and strategy consulting company, Yole, the automotive lighting market totalled $27.4bn in 2017 and is expected to reach $37.3bn in 2023 at a 5.3% CAGR during this period. 

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