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17 September 1996 Commercializing MEMS--too fast or too slow? (Same as Vols. 2880 and 2881, p. 12)
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Proceedings Volume 2882, Micromachined Devices and Components II; (1996) https://doi.org/10.1117/12.250722
Event: Micromachining and Microfabrication '96, 1996, Austin, TX, United States
Abstract
MEMS as a technology base is coming of age, butas in any vital process growing pains occur. Commercializing MEMS is simultaneously viewed asagonizingly slow by many ofits promoters and lightingly quick by many companies whose products are being replaced with MEMS based substitutes. This effort ties current efforts in market analysis, technology evaluations, competency based strategy in an effort to understand the pace ofMEMS commercialization.
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S. Walsh, W. N. Carr, H. Mados, and D. S. Narang "Commercializing MEMS--too fast or too slow? (Same as Vols. 2880 and 2881, p. 12)", Proc. SPIE 2882, Micromachined Devices and Components II, (17 September 1996); https://doi.org/10.1117/12.250722
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