Identifying Key Sensor Innovations Solving Unmet Needs

The sensor content in many applications has been steadily increasing in the last few years, with some analyst expecting trillions of sensors by 2020. There are four unmet needs that stand out across all applications which are power consumption, form factor, sensitivity, and cost. In this report we d...

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