MEMS Design Techniques and Performance Estimation in Connected Cars

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In order to design the complex structure, devices , systems of electronic products under the level micrometers the micro-electromechanical and micromachining system (MEMS) are mostly preferred. Micro machining techniques are initially lent directly from electronic integrated circuit (IC) industry. But now there were many techniques proposed with wide variety of transduction directly. Ample variety of MEMS transduction process can be used to convert real-world signal from one to another form. The process of conversion can be can be enabled by combining different sensors, actuators and Microsystems. Due to the process of partial consistency and a growing technology, the complex designs of sophisticated MEMS are produced. The combination of integrated circuits with MEMS can improve performance, but at the rate of development cost, complexity and time. With the fact & fast development and growth in the area of automotive electronics, IoT, cloud computing, artificial intelligence and machine learning technologies prompted us to have higher potential market to make the successful products which can impact the social and economic growth. In addition to this, MEMS are well appropriate for automation, medical electronics, and agriculture and space exploration. Thus will play an important and major role in future mission both in private and public sectors. The major problem in India and other developing countries are safety and security. This paper describes the optimal solution & design methodology to control the user end application using MEMS senso., where the controlling of the machineries can be done by MEMS sensor to control communicate via wireless communication




Reddy, T. V., Rao, K. M., & Reddy, P. K. (2019). MEMS Design Techniques and Performance Estimation in Connected Cars. International Journal of Innovative Technology and Exploring Engineering, 9(2), 1734–1739.

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