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March 18-20, 2020
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Andrea Onetti

Andrea Onetti
Group VP of Analog & MEMS Group, GM of MEMS Sensor Division, STMicroelectronics

Biography

Andrea Onetti is Group Vice President in the Analog & MEMS Group and General Manager of ST’s MEMS Sensor Division and has held this position since last February, 2016.

Onetti joined STMicroelectronics' R&D Lab in Castelletto, Italy, in 1990, as a designer of mixed-signal audio IC’s and moved into Product Management five years later, in charge of Marketing for Consumer Audio. Under his leadership, his organization became a Product Division and Onetti’s scope was enlarged to include management of planning, operation and quality of audio products. In 2011, ST created the Audio and Sound Business Unit, targeting the whole audio chain, from detectors (MEMS microphones) to transducers (MEMS speakers), under Onetti’s charge. Most recently, he added responsibility for the Analog and Audio Systems Division, including catalog analog standard products.

He has several patents for analog circuit implementations in the Audio domain.

Andrea Onetti was born in Pavia, Italy, in 1965, and graduated with a Degree in Microelectronics from University of Pavia.

Abstract

AI needs accurate data – MEMS sensor can provide it

The demand for silicon-based sensors continues to grow rapidly across a wide range of applications. In cars they are key for the navigation and safety in autonomous cars. In industrial applications they are used for monitoring and tracking of a wide variety of assets. And in personal electronics they enable great user experiences.

For all these application sensor accuracy is key - improved accuracy means higher quality data, and higher quality data means better inputs to AI for decisions with less need for data processing. Accuracy for sensors can be achieved through calibration routines which qualify the individual components to meet the needs of different applications. The continuous evolution of MEMS technology offers the possibility for breakthrough reductions in time and cost of these calibration routines, making them much more affordable compared with similar sensors components, made with different technologies.