Wearable Sensors to Grow 45.2% Through 2020

The burgeoning wearable electronics market would likely not exist if it weren’t for wearable sensors. The global wearable sensors market was valued at $70 million in 2014, and is expected to grow at a CAGR of 45.2% from 2014 to 2020, according to a recent report. Wearable sensors are one of the most important components…

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Exel Encourages Technology Companies to Take an Innovative Approach to Supply Chain or Risk Chasing Competitors

Westerville, OH – Exel, the North American leader in contract logistics, in conjunction with its sister company DHL Supply Chain, the world's leading logistics company, released a new white paper that revealed technology companies must take an innovative approach to their product development and apply it to their supply chain management to help prevent loss…

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MEMS Industry Group Forms TSensors Division

Pittsburgh, Pa. — MEMS Industry Group® (MIG), the trade association advancing micro-electromechanical systems (MEMS) and sensors across global markets, today announced the creation of a new TSensors division headed by TSensors Summit, Inc. Founder Dr. Janusz Bryzek. MIG’s new division will extend TSensors Summit’s visionary efforts to accelerate a world in which everyone has access to “Abundance” — food, safe water,…

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Semiconductor Makers Place Big Bets on the IoT Despite Challenges

Despite the challenges ahead, the semiconductor industry considers the Internet of Things (IoT) to be one of the three biggest growth drivers in the upcoming years, according to a joint study conducted by McKinsey & Company and the Global Semiconductor Alliance.  However, this means semiconductor companies may have to rethink their traditional business models, according…

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