MEMS, sensor-based devices geared for growth in sports medicine

03/23/2012 | MedCityNews.com

The market for devices that use micro-electro mechanical systems, or MEMS, and sensors is poised for growth, particularly in the sports medicine arena, Virtus Advanced Sensors CEO Louis Ross said at the recent Biomedical MEMS and Sensor 2012 summit. He added that the push for cloud computing and Big Data is also likely to affect how these devices are used in sports and health applications in the future.

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