Weighing Off-the-Shelf MEMS/Sensors vs. Customized Devices
  • Foundry Considerations for Medical MEMS/Sensor Designers
  • Pros and Cons of In-house Design vs. Collaborative Design with your Foundry
  • Protecting Your IP in a Foundry Relationship
  • What to Expect from Your Joint Technical Team
  • Fundamentals of Pilot Production
  • Ensuring Smooth Technology Transfer for Volume Production">

    Medical Electronics Symposium Conference Proceedings


    Making the Right Choice: Manufacturing Medical MEMS and Sensors

    Author: Jessica L. Gomez
    Company: Rogue Valley Microdevices
    Date Published: 9/16/2015   Conference: Medical Electronics Symposium


    Abstract: PowerPoint Presentation Only

    From digital "tattoos" that monitor blood glucose levels to concussion-detection patches and food spectrometers that measure neurotoxins, MEMS and sensors allow us to monitor, analyze and manage our physical health, improving our quality of life in countless ways. And that's just the beginning.

    MEMS and sensors are also the core components of future generations of medical devices. They will increasingly provide more actionable and personalized intelligence to both healthcare professionals and consumers, allowing us to live healthier and more independent lives. How can MEMS medical device OEMs and integrators best leverage MEMS and sensors for greater product differentiation?

    This presentation will cover:

  • Weighing Off-the-Shelf MEMS/Sensors vs. Customized Devices
  • Foundry Considerations for Medical MEMS/Sensor Designers
  • Pros and Cons of In-house Design vs. Collaborative Design with your Foundry
  • Protecting Your IP in a Foundry Relationship
  • What to Expect from Your Joint Technical Team
  • Fundamentals of Pilot Production
  • Ensuring Smooth Technology Transfer for Volume Production



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