• Future of MEMS Revealed
• New Smart Wearables Forecasts
• MEMS Mobile Revenue Opportunity
What this Report Covers:
Juniper’s new Mobile Sensors & MEMS Market Prospects report provides an essential guide to the key drivers and trends shaping the mobile sensors market, together with an assessment of MEMS based devices. Thoroughly updated for 2013, the study examines the crucial role of MEMS in Smartphones, Tablets, and eReaders. For the first time, Juniper provides forecasts for MEMS adoption in Smart Wearable Devices.
The report provides market sizing and forecasts for ten individual MEMS device types, categorised into four segments, including Sensors, Audio, Visual and RF devices. The report delivers unmatched understanding of the breadth and depth of MEMS penetration and importance to the mobile ecosystem.
The 20 page forecast chapters contain a series of market data tables, including MEMS Device Shipments, Revenue and Average Selling Prices. These forecasts are categorised by region and segment.
The accompanying IFxl [Interactive Forecast Excel] – comprising over 100 tables and more than ‘5,000’ unique data points – provides additional forecast sets for MEMS Device Market Shipments, Revenues, Average Selling Prices split by mobile device type (Smartphones, Tablets, eReaders & Ultrabooks), and MEMS device types, giving readers a consummate understanding of the full spectrum of the current and potential MEMS market.
- What is the importance of MEMS in the mobile industry?
- What are the future MEMS devices enriching the mobile and smart wearable device market?
- Which application level including sensors, audio, displays, switches and other would see the maximum adoption and growth levels?
- Which mobile device market, including tablets, smartphones, eReaders and wearable devices, is driving MEMS?
- Which mobile device/MEMS device will see the highest growth in terms of shipments and revenue?
- How will average selling price per MEMS device change over the next five years?
- What are the key market drivers and hurdles for MEMS in mobile?