DUBLIN--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Research and Markets (http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/vnn7kt/bosch_sensortec) has announced the addition of the "Bosch Sensortec BMI160 - Reverse Costing Analysis" report to their offering.
Bosch is now the top MEMS supplier with a production of more than 4 millions MEMS per day. This strong growth is due to both consumer applications and automotive applications.
With a size of only 7.5mm² (3×2.5mm), the BMI160 is the smallest 6-Axis IMU MEMS on the market and features 60% volume reduction compared to previous BMI055. This size reduction has been made possible by the use of a new design and process for the MEMS Gyro and by the integration in one ASIC die for the control of both MEMS. The BMI160 is a 16-bit digital resolution accelerometer and gyroscope well suited for applications requiring extremely small form factors.
Bosch has worked on the power consumption with a low power mode for the significant motion and step detector functions, using a 7-axis accelerometer. Moreover, the unique ASIC die can perform the fusion of the data from the accelerometer and gyroscope with those from an external sensor.
The report is including a detailed technical and cost comparison with the previous generation BMI055 and the state of the art 6-Axis MEMS IMU from Invensense.
Key Topics Covered
- Introduction, Bosch Sensortec Company Profile
- Physical Analysis
- Manufacturing Process Flow
- Global Overview
- Cost Analysis
- Estimated Price Analysis
- Consumer Axis MEMS IMU Cost Comparison (Bosch Sensortec BMI& BMI Invensense)
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