Analog, MEMS and Sensor startups to follow in 2021: Page 2 of 4

January 04, 2021 //By Peter Clarke
Analog, MEMS and Sensor startups to follow in 2021
We have renewed our list of analog, MEMS and sensor startups to follow, in the seventh annual iteration of the list. Below are 20 startups to follow in 2021.

E-peas Semiconductors (Mont-Saint-Guibert, Belgium) has announced its first chip in energy management IC for use with photovoltaic and thermoelectric energy harvesting. The company was founded in 2014 with a vision to address Internet of Things applications on two fronts; by increasing harvested energy and by reducing the energy consumption of circuit blocks.

(See E-peas' PMIC harvests energy by induction)


eXo Imaging Inc. (Redwood City, Calif.) was founded in 2015 by serial entrepreneur and visionary Janusz Bryzek with a plan to develop handheld ultrasound imager. The firm has developed a piezoelectric micro-machined ultrasound transducer (pMUT) that it is marrying with ultrasound imaging algorithms and "deep learning" processors as well as cloud and 'fog' computing. The company has raised about $100 million since inception five years ago.

(See Ultrasound imaging startup takes money raised to $50 million).


Flusso Ltd. (Cambridge, England) was founded in 2016 as a spin-off from the University of Cambridge. The company uses a CMOS MEMS platform and takes advantage of the programmability and configurability that allows. The flowmeter is packaged and assembled using microelectronic techniques providing both performance and scalability of manufacturing to tens of millions of parts per month.

(see Cambridge startup launches world's smallest flow sensor)


Haila Technologies Inc. (Montreal, Canada) was founded in 2017 and uses a backscattering technique to modulate digital sensor data on top of ambient signals of multiple protocols while maintaining the integrity of the signal. This allows HaiLa sensor tags to be used with multiple wireless protocols, reducing deployment costs and risks, the company claims. HaiLa would provide access to the HaiLa Wi-Fi IP core by the end of 2020.

(see Backscatter wireless startup promises IP core by year end)


Hanking Electronics (Liaoning) Co. Ltd. (Shenyang, China), founded in April 2011, is a privately funded MEMS company and a subsidiary of the Hanking Industrial Group. Hanking Electronics focuses on developing, fabrication and marketing MEMS products and related electronics components. It provides customers with design and development, fabrication processing, volume manufacturing, MEMS foundry services, MEMS sensors, MEMS actuators, ASIC, MEMS technology and application consulting.

(see Hanking offers MEMS foundry services)

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