Collin Twanow serves as Director, Technology for Teledyne MEMS and is responsible for creating technical solutions for both current and new customers. He joined Micralyne in 1999 and has held a number of roles ranging from Development Engineer, Director of R&D, Product Line Manager, and Vice President of Sales and Engineering in the Edmonton, Canada fab.
Collin has managed development programs for many devices including optical telecom switches and silicon optical benches, implantable medical devices, MEMS microphones, pressure sensors, and components for military applications. He is a Professional Engineer with a MEng degree, focused on Microfabrication. Collin has also lectured in MEMS and microfabrication courses at the University of Alberta.
Speeding Product Commercialization with a Comprehensive MEMS Foundry
Bringing a MEMS enabled product to market can cause welcomed industry disruption and business success. Commercialization of this product can be a long and costly path if a proper roadmap is not used. An experienced MEMS foundry partner is needed for technical collaboration, intellectual property protection, and scaling to volume in a capacity constrained world. The foundry knowledge in driving cost out of a process is essential for competitive market entry.
In this presentation, we will discuss important considerations when bringing your product to a MEMS fab and how to engage based on your stage of development and product lifecycle. We will share the necessary steps to develop and manufacture a high-quality product with a repeatable process, and ensure that you can meet the timing of the market window.