Extensive analysis of applications and use cases for IoT sensors. Covers applications like asset management, automation and process control, medical electronics, precision farming, and smart home for a broad overview of this growing market.
The Analyst Team
Manuel Tagliavini is the lead analyst responsible for MEMS (Micro Electro Mechanical Systems) and Sensors market research, including the main application fields and a wide range of component families: inertial, light, image, microphones, timing, BAW, fingerprint, magnetic, pressure and radar represent the key groups tracked.
Manuel joined the legacy team at IHS-Markit in 2017 as a principal analyst and he spent over 10 years with STMicroelectronics working in various roles in the company’s MEMS division, including product engineering, program management, and marketing and business development. Manuel earned an Executive MBA at SDA Bocconi School of Management in Milan, among the most prestigious business schools in Europe. He also holds a Master of Science in electronic engineering from the University of Parma, Italy.
Senior Research Analyst, Industrial Semiconductors
Noman Akhtar covers the semiconductors and sensors that are deployed in industrial markets, leveraging his deep technical knowledge of electronic components, especially power electronics components, in a broad array of industrial semiconductor applications. The application settings span factory automation, lighting, security, medical, power, and energy.
Noman joined Omdia, formerly IHS Markit, in 2014. He manages the semiconductor and sensor databases, working to ensure the quality of data and timely delivery to clients. Noman is also responsible for synthesizing worldwide economic trends to help generate accurate market forecasts. He holds a Master of Science in power engineering, specializing in power electronics for the smart industry, smart home, and smart grid, from the Technical University of Munich in Germany. Noman also has a Bachelor of Science in electronic engineering from Sir Syed University of Engineering and Technology in Karachi, Pakistan.
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