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2013-09-25 ST fuses Movea motion processing firmware to MCU
The integration of SmartMotion into STM32F401 will enable to developers to create context-aware applications that use multiple sensor inputs while lessening the burden on the main applications processor.
2013-12-09 Nuvoton sensor hubs feature Movea software
The addition of the SmartMotion software to the NPCF204U and NPCF28Bx sensor hub ICs is intended to help gain design wins inside Windows 8.1 and Android equipment.
2014-01-10 Movea reveals reference design aimed at wearables
Based on InvenSense's 9-axis MEMS chip, the G-series tracker reference design can automatically detect sleep and perform sleep analysis every night with the accuracy of a PolySomnograph.
2012-08-03 Movea obtains $8M from Intel Capital
Movea plans to focus this round of funding on the development of new motion sensing and data fusion technologies targeting consumer electronics, sports and fitness and eHealth applications.
2012-05-03 Movea intros sol'n for motion-enabled devices
Chemistry of Motionbased on the company's patented SmartMotion atomsclaims to enable rapid prototyping and development of devices for mobile, Interactive TV, sports and health markets.
2014-07-09 InvenSense rigs up motion processing ICs with Movea, TPI
The $80 million high-yield acquisitions involve sensor software and algorithm technology that will facilitate InvenSense's footprint expansion in indoor and outdoor navigation market.
2015-01-06 Mobile devices push market for combo sensors
Research and Markets estimated the combo sensor market at $420 million in 2013, $585 million in 2014, growing to $1.4 billion in 2019.
2014-04-16 French collaboration focuses on wearable positioning
Movea, together with three more companies, will work on developing a wearable module that can connect to smartphones via Bluetooth to measure the location and movements of people in areas where GPS is not available.
2013-07-17 CEA-Leti, partners to enhance directivity of small antennas
CEA-Leti and three partners in the SOCRATE project aim to create wireless applications with improved spectral efficiency, reduced environmental electromagnetic impact and expanded functionality.
2013-03-25 ST adds motion awareness to set-top SoC
STMicroelectronics' systems-on-chip home entertainment business incorporates Movea's SmartMotion Server on set-top box SoC.
2011-12-05 Software improves gesture recognition in CEs
Movea's GestureBuilder enables creation of unlimited 2D and 3D gestures using 2- to 9-axes of sensor data from any combination of MEMS accelerometers, gyroscopes and magnetometers.
2012-01-13 Motion-sensing remote control platform unleashed
A recent joint effort covers the development and demonstration of Movea's MotionIC platform on UEI's latest 'UEI WaveMotion' remote control platform reference design.
2010-09-09 TV remotes morph into motion sensors
As TVs and STBs offer more services, their remote controls need to keep up as well, transforming from the traditional clickers to multi-sensor controllers.
2011-03-02 Researcher pegs inertial sensor market growth at 20.3%
Intense competition is brewing in the inertial sensor market as CE devices such as cellphones, laptops, media tablets and gaming devices increasingly use accelerometers, gyroscopes and magnetometers.
2012-01-17 Remote control sol'n supports ZigBee, BT low energy
The ZigBee RF4CE solution from TI enables mouse-like pointing functionality, and gesture- and touch-based input controls for consumer electronics.
2014-08-01 MEMS revenues fall on price pressure
Yole projected that prices will decline by 7 per cent per year. Major MEMS vendors have adopted several strategies including product diversification to boost growth and dampen price pressure.
2015-10-01 MEMS market profitability lies in data, not hardware
InvenSense CEO said MEMS sensor component companies should offer complete IoT application solutions such as data analytics because the price of MEMS sensor components is likely to drop rapidly.
2012-01-25 MEMS in the world of sports
Every major sport and fitness regimens are currently being automated with MEMS-based development efforts that wirelessly communicate through smartphones to cloud-based computers.
2013-09-27 MEMS chips making waves across electronics sector
In the coming year, MEMS chips are poised to expand their reach into every electronics segment, from automotive to environmental to medical.
2014-10-30 MegaChips to acquire MEMS timing leader SiTime
The two companies announced on Tuesday, October 28, a definitive agreement under which Osaka-based MegaChips will acquire SiTime, a leader in the MEMS timing market for $200 million in cash.
2014-12-12 M&As that pushed the Internet of Things
Beyond the usual reasons for consolidation, many companies scrambled to make deals specifically to get IoT technologies and products that were missing from their portfolios.
2013-05-07 Intel, Qualcomm push for MEMS integration standard
Intel, Qualcomm, MIG co-author the Standardised Sensor Performance Parameter Definitions to assist designers in integrating MEMS devices from different manufacturers.
2008-04-10 Gyro sensors power next-gen PC mouse
A gyro-based mouse is an easy-to-use pointing and control system based on free-space movements and gestures.
2014-08-18 Doubts dampen investment activity in chip industry
Semiconductor funding deals dipped by 2.4 per cent over the previous year due to weakened investor confidence. Despite the drop, firms are receiving more funding dollars on the average.
2009-12-28 Digital accelerometer, analog gyro fit in one device
STMicroelectronics debuts a module that integrates a three-axis digital accelerometer with a two-axis analog gyroscope.
2011-08-01 Consumers prefer MEMS-enabled mobile devices
MEMS device activity analyst from Yole Dveloppement, Laurent Robin says, the developments in MEMS will drive accelerometers and magnetometers to be designed in to close to 50 percent of all mobile phones within five years.
2014-02-21 Artemis promises max connectivity in low mobility areas
Artemis Networks adopts interference in their technology to add to the carrier network's data capacity by using distributed antenna techniques.
2011-01-24 3D gesture recognition sheds "child's play" image
From its simple beginnings as a gaming interface for Nintendo's Wii, 3D gesture recognition will soon figure prominently in smartphones and the TV remote. Proponents predict that the hardware for gesture recognition will become as ubiquitous in smartphones as the camera module.
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