Published on Jan 6, 2014
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Learn how GE uses MEMS technology to make electrical switches smaller, faster, lighter and more efficient in industrial, healthcare and consumer applications. MEMS (Micro Electromechanical Systems) describes a class of miniature moving silicon microdevices, often not much bigger than the width of a hair, that many of us are familiar with for providing the sensing capability for car airbags and motion sensing in mobile devices and gaming systems. See the Slow Mo Guys use the GE lab to film MEM lights that switch on and off as fast as 10,000 times per second.
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