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          MEMS sensor sales are expected to increase 50 times in five years

          Recently, according to the MEMS market brief from IHS iSuppli Corporation, MEMS-based multi-sensor packages, the so-called a€?combineda€? sensors, will have very bright prospects in consumer applications and automotive applications. The total in these two fields in the next five years Sales will increase to 50 times today.

          MEMS composite sensors contain different combinations of accelerometers, gyroscopes, or electronic compasses in a single sensor package. The sales of such sensors will be close to 1.2 billion U.S. dollars by 2015, slightly lower than 24 million U.S. dollars in 2010, and the compound annual growth rate for 2010-2015 will be as high as 120%. It is expected that this year's growth rate will reach three digits, and this trend will remain until 2013, highlighting the tremendous opportunities for such sensors in the automotive and consumer electronics sectors. For example, sales in 2011 are expected to reach $70.9 million, a 200% increase over the $23.6 million in 2010, of which consumer applications will account for $48.1 million and automotive applications will account for $22.8 million.

          The combination sensor saves space and costs by integrating more functions in a single package. This type of MEMS sensor is very useful in situations where price pressure is high and circuit board space is limited, such as mobile phones; due to the mandatory use of certain technologies, cost becomes a key factor, which is common in the automotive field.

          In the next few years, the consumer sector will continue to occupy a large share of the combined sensor sales. Its sales will grow to 1 billion U.S. dollars by 2015 and the automotive sector will be 131.8 million U.S. dollars.

          For the automotive sector, automakers are under pressure to reduce costs as various government-mandated safety systems become standard equipment for cars, prompting them to seek to use smaller sensors that are more efficient and have lower production costs.

          Depending on the device contained in the package, the configuration of the combination sensor can vary. For example, in the consumer sector, a 6DOF (6 DOF) compass module usually contains a 3-axis accelerometer plus a 3-axis compass; when using inertial sensors, the device is called the inertial sensor measurement unit (IMU). In contrast, a 9DOF consists of a 3-axis compass, a 3-axis gyroscope, and a 3-axis accelerometer; a 10DOF contains all of the 9DOF devices, plus a pressure sensor for height measurement. At the same time, 4DOF to 6DOF combination sensors are emerging in the automotive sector, mainly inertial IMUs without compasses.

          At present, the suppliers of combination sensors include Bosch, Germany, which is mainly used for its stable control system, and VTI Technologies of Finland, which is used for the stable manufacturing system of German manufacturer Continental AG.

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