“The single best conference in the world of MEMS.”
The compelling reasons why thousands of OEMs have successfully chosen MEMS devices to create competitive advantages for themselves in both sustaining innovation and disruptive innovation business models include these: MEMS-based solutions yield product cost advantages for a given functionality; employing MEMS devices usually results in a reduced BOM for a given product, and the lower parts count for MEMS-based products enables a more efficient supply chain; the inherent compatibility of MEMS devices with CMOS electronics simplifies design cycles and speeds time-to-market; MEMS components typically demonstrate less power consumed per a given function than do other, macro-based solutions; and the fact that MEMS device and product reliability is as good as any reliability can be – MEMS devices can deliver military / automotive / medical device-class reliability in rugged, real-world applications.
Listen to keynotes and presentations from the leaders in the MEMS & Sensors industry.
Participate in numerous panel discussions and sessions.
Meet and talk business with other attendees during numerous networking opportunities.
MEMS Executive Congress will be returning to beautiful Scottsdale, Arizona this year!
Hear from the top influencers in the MEMS & Sensors industry
Sensor and Driver Business Development, TSMC
President, The Experience Co-Creation Partnership
All Featured Speakers
Anna D. Barker, Ph.D.
Co-Director, Complex Adaptive Systems Initiative
Director, National Biomarker Development Alliance (NBDA)
Professor, School of Life Sciences
Arizona State University (ASU)
CEO and Founder, Yole Développement
Executive Director, MEMS Industry Group
Professor of Mechanical Engineering, Stanford University
Senior Technologist, MEMS Sensor and Technology Group, Analog Devices, Inc.
Research Team Leader, MOEMS and BioMEMS Instruments, VTT
Executive Director, Sorenson Center for Discovery and Innovation at the University of Utah
Chief Strategy Officer, MEMS Industry Group
Chief Executive Officer, CareSpan USA, Inc.
Scientific Research Officer, MoboSens
Director & Senior Principal Analyst, IHS
CTO, Wurldtech Security Technologies
Investment Banking Representative & Materials Scientist, Phase Four Consulting LLC
Principal, Ascent Synergy Solutions
Davin L. Yuknis
VP of Sales and Marketing, Akustica
Wearables / Wellness
Energy Harvesting / Low Power
Agriculture & Environmental Monitoring
Security & Safety
Industrial Automation & Robotics
Healthcare & Medical
WHO SHOULD ATTEND
MEMS & Sensors supply chain, including: device manufacturers, foundries, equipment and materials suppliers and industry consultants.
Buyers of MEMS & Sensors that integrate the devices into applications that enhance motion sensing, deliver drugs, orientation sensing, thermal sensing, image stabilization, and more.
Innovators and Start-up companies primed to change our lives and experiences through their pioneering uses of the enabling power of MEMS & Sensors.
Investors interested in learning more about MEMS & Sensors innovation.
Analysts from inside and outside the MEMS & Sensors industry.
“The MEMS Executive Congress stands out as a unique event. Open to suppliers and end-users alike, MEMS industry decision makers from the entire supply chain come together to exchange ideas and perspectives on the current state of the industry as well as opportunities and challenges for the future. I find the panels, keynotes, and social events great forums to meet other leaders who are driving this rapidly growing industry.”
Mark Martin, Vice President, Analog Devices
“The MEMS Executive Congress is the single best conference in the world of MEMS from a business perspective. The MEMS industry is very diversified and no other event brings together the key players like the MEMS Executive Congress. MEMS Industry Group did an excellent job of organizing this event, providing a relaxed environment to network with other professionals, allowing for open discussion of ideas and sharing of experiences. The atmosphere of the MEMS Executive Congress is intended to facilitate business: networking is evident, aided by the attendance of the whole MEMS supply chain, and motivated by the physical environs.”
Craig Ensley, CEO, Innovative Micro Technology (IMT)