Manuel Tagliavini

Manuel Tagliavini

Mr. Manuel Tagliavini, a principal research analyst at IHS Markit, covers MEMS and sensors technology.

Manuel joined IHS Markit in 2017. His key areas of focus are MEMS and sensors for mobile and consumer technologies and is responsible for the tracking of sensors in handsets, tablets, laptops, and sports and fitness products. 

Prior to IHS Markit, he spent over 10 years with STMicroelectronics working in various roles including product engineering, program manager and marketing and business development in the company's MEMS division. 

Manuel earned an Executive Master of Business Administration at SDA Bocconi School of Management, and his Master's of Science in Electronic Engineering from the University of Parma, both in Italy.


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Light Sensors for Consumer & Mobile Report - 2018

The light sensors market is one where new (time of flight) sensors, increasingly popular (heart rate) sensors add healthy revenue to the standard light sensor market. Like the MEMS microphone market, the light sensor market is also one where sensor ASP can vary dramatically by performance and packaging and this fact is integrated into the discussion in the report.

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Semiconductors
Light sensors evolve; 3D sensing and spectroscopy are the next “big thing”
Light sensors evolve; 3D sensing and spectroscopy are the next “big thing”

Light sensors are continuing to evolve from their traditional use in detecting light and distance to include ever-more complex and sophisticated functionality, including 3D sensing and spectroscopy.

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Semiconductors
At Sensors Expo event, new trends can be observed on sensors

At the recent Sensors Expo & Conference in San Jose, California, industry engineers, professionals, and observers gathered to discuss and survey the latest developments in sensors as the devices, a mainstay in industrial and electronics manufacturing, adjust to a slew of new technological forces and a rapidly changing environment.

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Mobile, Consumer & Connected Devices Semiconductors Building, Home & City Technology
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