MEMS Webinar

July 16, 2012

11:00 a.m. EDT

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Background:  A successful one-day MEMS workshop was held on May 10 in cooperation with the MEMS Industry group.  The event was collocated with MIG’s M2M Forum 2012 in Pittsburgh, PA.  Speakers from industry, government, and research institutes described the current state of the MEMS industry along with challenges that must be addressed to ensure the segment’s continued growth and profitability.  Breakout groups explored both iNEMI’s existing MEMS projects (i.e., how they might be improved) as well as new areas of industry collaboration.

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