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Fusion questions?
rick merritt   3/17/2014 7:26:16 PM
If you can't be at EE Live! but have questions about sensor fusion, ask them here!

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Re: Fusion questions?
kfield   3/18/2014 8:39:57 AM
Looking forward to this panel Rick! Hope that there is discussion about power management strategies in mobile devices.

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Re: Fusion questions?
IHS_MCU_Guy   3/18/2014 10:58:20 AM
@kfield. In my experience, the best part of a panel presentation is the great Q&A sessions. there will be some content regarding PM, but if you don't hear what you want to know, bring on the questions! Looking forward to seeing you there.

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Re: Fusion questions?
Kinnar   3/23/2014 6:34:12 AM
It seems that this event will be an event of Sensors, Processors and Interfaces. The major revolutions in MEMS has come due to the widespreaded used of mobile devices, but this development in the MEMS will lead them to be used in the other application areas as well likely medical, automotive and industrial developments. Let's hope that his fusion will open the new doors of applications of MEMS for betterment of living.

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