NewsTronics expands its business model to mobile and wearable applications with the licensing of its combo sensors based on disruptive Magelan and M&NEMS technologies Published on 24 February 2015
2015 Mobile World Congress – Tronics has stepped up its strategic deployment by providing the industry with the most advanced solutions for mobile and wearable applications. This key milestone enables the Company to offer state of the art products and technologies to new players in high volume markets.Tronics lists on Alternext Published on 13 February 2015
Tronics raises €12 million with market capitalisation of €45.8 millionAmendment to the liquidity contract with the brokerage company Gilbert Dupont Published on 13 February 2015
Tronics announces the implementation of a liquidity contract with the brokerage company Gilbert Dupont.Tronics successfully raises €12 million in an IPO on Paris Alternext Market Published on 10 February 2015
Tronics Microsystems has successfully carried out an initial public offering on Euronext’s regulated market in ParisTronics Seizes Submicron MEMS Opportunities Published on 11 December 2014
True to its reputation as a pioneer in special processes, Tronics is capitalizing on the growing number of submicronic MEMS devices opportunities to expand its equipment and process base.TRONICS expands its high performance MEMS inertial sensor product line Published on 11 November 2014
TRONICS announces two new high performance MEMS angular rate sensors: the GYPRO2300LD and GYPRO3300, gyros with sub 1°/h bias instability.
GRENOBLE, France– November 4. 2014
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MEMS is a complex, interdisciplinary industry with a wide diversity of devices, processes and no defined production roadmap. Indeed, the Yole MEMS law “One MEMS, One process” still rules the MEMS (...)CEO interview: Tronics’ Langlois makes moves in MEMS Published on 18 September 2014
Pascal Langlois has been CEO at Tronics for ten months. He discusses plans for the company and directions for the complex and diverse MEMS technology sector.
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According to our research, the MEMS market for medical applications is currently approximately $2.1 billion, and is projected to grow at double digit rates for the next decade. Since MEMS based (...)Movea Leads New ASIMUT Project in Partnership with Tronics, EASII-IC and CEA to Deliver Accurate Pedestrian Navigation Without GPS Published on 15 April 2014
Supported by French innovation cluster, Minalogic, the initiative will develop innovative positioning capability and devices
Grenoble, France – WEBWIRE – Thursday, April 10, 2014
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