20 analog, MEMS and sensor startups to follow this year: Page 2 of 5

January 02, 2019 // By Peter Clarke
20 analog, MEMS and sensor startups to follow this year
We have renewed our list of analog, MEMS and sensor startups to follow, in the fifth annual iteration of our list.

8power Ltd. (Cambridge, England), co-founded in January 2015 by Ashwin Seshia, professor of microsystems technology at the University of Cambridge and others, to exploit vibration energy harvesting based on parametric resonance which is harvested via MEMS technology. www.8power.com

(see Energy harvest startup appoints Ubisense founder to chair)


Advanced Hall Sensors Ltd. (Manchester, England) founded by Professor Mohammed Missous to exploit quantum-well Hall effect magnetic sensing in gallium arsenide. Company claims to have shipped 15 million sensors. www.ahsltd.com

(see UK invests in quantum well, 2D magnetic sensors)


AerNos Inc. (San Diego, Calif.), founded in 2016, uses doped materials and nanotechnology to detect multiple airborne gases and volatile organic compounds simultaneously at parts per billion levels. The sensors include carbon nanotubes, nanowires and polymers. www.aernos.com

(see Multi-gas sensor startup opens dev lab)


AnDapt Inc. (San Jose, Calif.) – a fabless company founded in 2014 – has launched a range of configurable ICs that combine power MOSFETs, analog and digital circuitry and that can be used to create a wide variety of power circuits www.andapt.com

(see Adaptable off-the-shelf PMICs from AnDapt).


Cambridge Touch Technology Ltd. (Cambridge, England), founded in 2012, is a provider of 3D multipoint touch technologies to the consumer electronics, automotive, industrial and military markets. CTT supports its OEM and supply chain customers with IP, know-how, analog and digital technologies, and system architectures. www.camtouch3d.com

(see Cambridge touchscreen developer attracts Chinese cash)


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