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Welcome in the biweekly press review for YOLE DEVELOPPEMENT and its partners, SYSTEM PLUS CONSULTING and PISEO.

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Latest update: November 20, 2020

EETIMES ON THE AIR - Whither Wearables | Summits Summary | No. 3 in Space
By Brian Santos for EETIMES

BRIAN SANTO: I’m Brian Santo, EE Times editor-in-chief. You’re listening to EE Times On Air, and this is your Weekly Briefing for the week ending November 20th.This is going to be a thoroughly international episode.
First we’ll be talking about the wearables market with Jérôme Mouly of Yole Développement in France. The wearables category is already one of the biggest new markets in electronics, much to the relief of some manufacturers whose businesses were beginning to sag a bit...





Te midden van COVID-19 en de handelsoorlog blijft China zijn halfgeleidergeheugenindustrie verbeteren
By LINK MAGAZINE (NL)

Halfgeleidergeheugenindustrie is een belangrijke strategische markt in moderne datacentrische samenlevingen en wordt aangedreven door belangrijke megatrends, waaronder mobiliteit, cloud computing, kunstmatige intelligentie (AI) en het internet der dingen (IoT). NAND (niet-vluchtig) en DRAM (vluchtig) zijn basisproducten en worden respectievelijk gebruikt als opslag- en werkgeheugen voor een breed scala aan toepassingen en systemen, waaronder smartphones, solid-state schijven, pc’s, servers en voertuigen ...

Also available on SEMICONDUCTOR DIGEST in English.




COVID-19’s Impact on the Microfluidics Industry: One-Shot or Long-Term Opportunity
By Sébastien Clerc, YOLE DEVELOPPEMENT

COVID-19 has had an impact on the entire healthcare market. During the peak of the first wave, companies from the industrial and automotive sectors worked on repurposing their sensors and production lines to provide pressure sensors for respirators and temperature sensors for thermometers.



Advances in AI, MEMS usher in the internet of voice era
By Karen Field for FIERCE ELECTRONICS

When it comes to sensor technologies for sound and voice control, innovation is happening on all fronts—from the audio device itself to the software and algorithms and big improvements in MEMS microphones themselves. AI-driven data analysis...

GaN and GaAs: 5G brings thriving business opportunities
By Ezgi Dogmus, PhD, Power & Wireless Division, Yole Développement for MICROWAVE JOURNAL

As a newcomer in the mature Silicon world, Gallium Nitride has been undoubtedly one of the groundbreaking technologies of the RF industry.

Sensor fusion is prerequisite for autonomous vehicles
By Anne-Francoise Pelé for EETIMES Europe

Autonomous vehicles need sensors such as camera, radar, and LiDAR units to see their surroundings...

Are today's MEMS gyros "good enought"?
By Bryon Moyer for SEMICONDUCTOR ENGINEERING

Big improvements in precision may require new applications and market dynamics.

Record d'acquisitions dans les puces électroniques malgré la pandémie
By Florian Dèbes for LES ECHOS (French language)

En quelques mois, les géants des semi-conducteurs ont dépensé plus de 100 milliards de dollars en rachat d'entreprises, un record historique. Les perspectives du marché et les remous géopolitiques poussent les acteurs à gagner en taille critique.

6 considerations for integrating sensors in vehicles
By Anne-Francoise Pelé for EETIMES Europe

There may never be one, single, most-effective way to implement sensing technology for assisted driving systems (ADAS) and autonomous vehicles (AV). The magic number might instead be six — as in six fundamental considerations that every auto maker will decide how to achieve in its own way, which will lead each to creating its own unique approach to integrating sensors in future vehicles.

Radartechnologie profitiert von autonomen Lösungen im Industrie- und Automotive-Bereich
By Cédric Malaquin, Yole Développement & Stéphane Elisabeth, System Plus Consulting (German language) for all-electronic.de

Als Erfassungstechnologie wurde das Radar in mehreren Märkten für zahlreiche Anwendungsmöglichkeiten weiterentwickelt. Der Markt für Radarsensoren wird von den künftigen Entwicklungen der Automatisierung in Industrie und Auto profitieren.



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