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Shootout at the MEMS Corral

MEMS Executive Congress 2014 Preview

This week’s Fish Fry celebrates the wild west of electronics – MEMS and sensor-based technology. Ridin’ shotgun with me is none other than Karen Lightman of the MEMS Industry Group. Karen gives us a special sneak peek into the upcoming 10th annual MEMS Executive Congress. I do hope you have your spurs locked on tight, your saddle equipped with the newest context-aware sensors, and your o-scope spit cleaned and polished. We’re riding straight into the MEMS corral. This may get messy…

 

 

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