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NARlabs Launches the World’s First Multi-sensor Integrated MCU

By Vincent Wang
Published: Mar 24,2015

Tsai Hann-huei, Manager at the Advanced Technology Division of NARLabs is showing the multi-sensor integrated MCU technology

TAIPEI, Taiwan — The National Applied Research Laboratories (NARLabs) lauched the world’s first multi-sensor integrated single-chip microcomputer (MCU) technology on March 24, the idea is combining micro-mechanism structure and IC chips that allows different kinds of sensors can be embedded along with processors, and communication circuits altogether in one chip.

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“Micronization, low-cost, and low power consumption are advantages of the multi-sensor integrated technology.”’ said Tsai Hann-huei, Manager at the Advanced Technology Division of NARLabs. Therefore, it can be easily applied into wearable devices and Internet of Things (IoT).

Tsai Hann-huei pointed out that this technology can reduce the size of MCU around 50 percent, lower cost from one third to one fourth, and save power consumption up to 50 percent.

Moreover, this technology is under Taiwanese IC foundries’ 8-inch silicon wafer production, and already obtained six American patents and seven Taiwanese patents.

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